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Tag: Front Line Assembly

FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY Interview

Bill Leeb is unimpressed with the Super Bowl half-time show. The best the NFL could muster for the break in the biggest game in the American sports season was MAROON 5, who showed twice as many nipples as Janet Jackson and a tenth of the melody of Taylor Swift. We’re speaking the day after the event, but not about Tom Brady’s passing game. Leeb’s main band, FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, has a new album to share ’Wake Up The Coma’. Continue Reading ›

DIE KRUPPS + FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY The Machinists United Live in London

The O2 Academy in Islington saw the opening night of the highly anticipated co-headlining tour by industrial giants DIE KRUPPS and FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY. According to DIE KRUPPS main synth man Ralf Dörper, the headliner position was decided on a coin toss, with FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY taking the main slot in London. Without wanting to resort to too many cliches, DIE KRUPPS are now a well-oiled maschine. Continue Reading ›

FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY Live in London

When Bill Leeb left SKINNY PUPPY to form FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, back in 1986, it seemed that he was jumping the ship everyone wanted to be on. The Vancouver-based band were rising with a post-punk tide that combined synthesizers, hard rhythms and splatter movie images as a counterpoint to the commercial sounds that filled the airwaves of the period. Their popularity had helped Nettwerk Records get a distribution deal with a major label in the US, while the band were signed to an independent in Europe. Continue Reading ›

DELERIUM Mythologie

delerium-mythologie-a_w-medresDELERIUM originated in Canada as a side enterprise of FRONT LINE ASSEMBLY, with Bill Leeb as the only constant member. Leeb and Michael Balch started off as darker ambient sound enthusiasts, but the evolution of line-up changes gradually migrated DELERIUM's sound onto electronic dance. 'Mythologie' is the fifteenth studio album by the Leeb-Fulber collaboration, with a helping hand from Jared Singerland and Craig Johnsen. Continue Reading ›