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Nekromantik - Live: Bristol 1998

by Nekromantik

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panzerpenguin Pure nostalgia for the time I was spiked with acid when they played at the Slimelight Favorite track: Prostitute.
Choke 06:46
Prostitute 03:56
Sterilised 02:52
Girlstickboy 04:18
Saturnalia 04:04
Photographic 03:42
Honeysucker 05:53


Prior to Mechanical Cabaret, I was also half of 'Cybergoth' (allegedly) duo Nekromantik together with Martin White from 1995 until 1998. We only released one album and an EP, but played many live shows, and this is a recording I discovered I had, made on cassette-tape, from a show we played at Full Moon in Bristol in 1998. It's mainly from the mixing desk but there was some kind of room mic situation too (I think!). I remember it pretty well, it was a very enjoyable gig, and captures us at the 'peak' of our 'powers', so to speak. The recording begins a third of the way through Shift The Fulcrum, unfortunately, which is why it's listed as only an 'excerpt' from that song. I Mastered it all, very slightly, to give it enough presence and volume, but didn't digitally remove the slight amount of 'tape-hiss' from it, as people often do, because I find that when you do that it kind of ruins the fidelity of the recording, and takes something away from the atmosphere of it all.

Martin has designed a groovy cover for it too, based on our old 'Nekrophile' cut-up style fanzines he used to make for us!

Anyway, hope you enjoy it. X Roi


released April 6, 2021

Songs written by Roi Robertson and Martin White, except Photographic written by Vincent Clarke. Live Vocals by Martin White, Synths and Programming by Roi Robertson.
Cover art by Martin White.


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