Mandroid of Krypton announced new album “HyperkaossMarket” and unveiled first track

06/08/2015 at 3:53 pm (Uncategorized)

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3 years after its debut album, Swiss punk-metal outfit Mandroid of Krypton is about to release a brand new full-length record, called “HyperkaossMarket”, recorded and mixed by Gabriel Farine from the band itself and mastered by Stéphane Kroug (Mumakil, Rorcal, Six Months of Sun…) in Geneva. The official release is expected on September 2015 for physical and digital editions.
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In the meantime, the trio just unveiled a first song extracted from this upcoming album with “Alien Sisters” available right now on SoundCloud.
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…For the record…
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Mandroid of Krypton is a punk metal power trio whose ship crashed in Geneva (Switzerland) in 2010 and has never been able to leave since. Their music, self-proclaimed lyrical stellar thrash, was recorded on earth and engraved on a first LP, “Our Brilliant Embassies” in 2012, followed a year later by a 7 Inch, “Angry SpaceZombies”. Mandroid of Krypton draws its inspiration from its rage of never seeing Krypton again, a planet where nature has reclaimed its rights, condemning the inhabitants to flee the lethal atmosphere.
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Its metallic-cosmic chants now vibrate in the heart of earthlings with whom they are proud to share their second album : “HyperkaossMarket” (2015), 9 tracks as threatening as an asteroid field and as soniferous as the incantations of the Krypton high priestess. You will rush into “HyperkaossMarket” as you plunge into a black hole … without hoping to return!
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