Sounds Like: Skinny Puppy, Front 242, Absolute Body Control, The Klinik, Depeche Mode
Label: Seja Records
Fatal Casualties was born in Stockholm, Sweden 1986.
Active years 1987-1991, with live performances and some demos.
2010 was the reunion a fact, and august the 1st 2012, the debut ep "Paria" saw the light.
Now you can buy the new album "Psalm" as a limited vinyl release from Seja:
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“Imagine this, a band that releases their debut after an existence of 27 years! It happened to Stefan Ljungdahl and Ivan Hirvornen who form together Fatal Casualties. Described by the label as Einsturzende Neubauten going awol, the duo comes up with the Faria-EP and it’s a winner in all its senses. Opening track Aim immediately can be classified as an instant classic. I won’t be the first who think this sounds like early Klinik but then again there’s nothing wrong with this, I guess. Drifting is a bit poppier, an 80’s synth that seems to come from an old Mute-releases add with distorted vocals…think Borghesia, Skinny Puppy…or just think about quality. En Nerkostym (no, me neither) is probably Fatal Casualties at its darkest, an experimental dancefloorkiller and once again I’m thinking of the influence of a man named Dirk Ivens. Glas is another track I can’t find words for, but there’s definitely some Seigmen-influence in it (or at least I think so!) and same can be sa”