Named after the tragic monster from Beowulf, Grendel is an 'aggrotech' > electro-industrial band from The Netherlands, formed in 2000 by VLRK (aka > JD Tucker). They were signed by the German record label NoiTekk, which > released their first studio album, Inhumane Amusement. In 2003 Grendel > recorded their second full-length release, Prescription: Medicide, which > was album of the month in European magazines Zillo and Orkus, and and > reached the number 1 position for several months on the Dutch Underground > Charts. In 2006, the third full length album Harsh Generation gained more > support and success & taking them to the top of the genre. Due to the > success of this album, Grendel spent the following years touring > intensively worldwide and drawing increasingly larger audiences, while > becoming a staple for EBM/Industrial DJs across the globe. > > In 2012, Grendel released Timewave:Zero on iconic American industrial > label Metropolis Records, > absorbing various influences from contemporary EDM styles, such as trance, > electro and house. All of this together has created the most mature > Grendel sound to date and has gained highly positive feedback from both > fans and media. In July 2013, Grendel performed at the Amphi Festival in > Cologne, Germany along with the likes of Funker Vogt, Suicide Commando and > VNV Nation. The current live group also includes S42H (Sascha Pniok of the > band Schallfaktor) on keyboards, Mel Allezbleu on keys and backing vocals, > and 4DD2 [Adam Millner] on electric guitar and Kitara (Misa Digital > instrument).
SATURDAY, 19 JULY, 2014 Club Inferno | 1718 Commercial Ave | Madison, WI 53704 https://www.facebook.com/infernomadison REIN [FORCED] SENSUOUS ENEMY THE DARK CLAN NULL DEVICE AM PSYCHE Ticket prices are $10 at door 21+ ID, Doors at 8pm, 1st band at 9pm http://www.electronicsaviors.com/ http://www.gildasclub.org/ http://distortionprod.com/ https://www.facebook.com/reinforced66 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sensuous-Enemy/97077419023 https://www.facebook.com/thedarkclanofficial https://www.facebook.com/NullDeviceMusic https://www.facebook.com/am.psych
The Wurst Times Festival (WTF) and the Madison Area Music Association (MAMAS) Celebrate Madison and the surrounding area by eating and listening locally. The fourth annual Wurst Times Festival is on it’s way. Come join us and see Sensuous Enemy and over 40 original bands play an all day event, Join us at The High Noon Saloon, The Brass Ring and the Brink Lounge, Saturday May 24th from 11am until 9pm. We strive to keep our event unique and affordable, a benefit by the working class for the working class. Proceeds are allocated between Second Harvest Foodbank and musical instruments for kids in the Madison Area School District. Relax knowing your money is going to local charities to better our city. A suggested $10 monetary donation discounted with a non-perishable food item will be solicited at the door.. Brats will be priced at $3 or 2 for $5 and event beer at $4 so everyone can afford to be there and enjoy the atmosphere.
Double CD Release Show!! Special guests TBA 18+
Sounds Like: Siouxsie And The Banshees, Depeche Mode, Annie Lennox, Garbage, Sarah McLachlan
Manager: Mz Jai
Bio: Sensuous Enemy is a female fronted darkwave electronic band that blends driving drum sequences, hard techno and EBM synth lines, combines powerful velvety vocals with the use of orchestral strings, piano, and vocal harmonies, and adds live electric rhythm guitar, bass and drums in order to create...See Full Bio
“Hailing from the US, the music of Sensuous Enemy is the musical vision of Jai (voice, lyrics, piano), Jeff (programming, guitar) and John (programming, guitar) their music is a polished, passionate and expressive style of electro/goth rock underpinned by synthetic rhythms in a manner that should appeal to fans of Ego Likeness while the passion the music evokes should appeal to Cruxshadows lovers who aren't averse to a guitar-heavier sound. The band's main strength lies in the way that Jai's vocals are able to match the expressive heights that Jeff's guitar licks scale (even if they do seem to get a little lost in the mix on occasion) and this holds true just as much for such faster tracks as the opening "Whispers" or the surging vitality of "Shiver 2008" as it does for the slower and full-blooded "Tidal", where her voice really finds its niche.”