The Séance tour brings Metropolis Records’ God Module and Twitch the Ripper along with EBM band Mordacious to Club Anything, 807 S. 5th Street, on 7 June.
God Module, founded by Jasyn Bangert (vocals and synthesizer,) includes Clint Carney (of Imperative Reaction and System Syn) and Courtney Bangert, both on vocals and live keys. Straddling the categories of darkwave, goth, industrial, and harsh techno, this trio is heavily influenced by their passion for horror films. This tour celebrates their fifth full-length album, Séance, which was released in September.
Duo Twitch the Ripper, hailing from Connecticut, is made up of Jon Dobyns (vocals, samples, synthesizer) and Lonn (synth, drums, programming). Drawing very much from their ’80s influences of new wave and experimental electronic pop music, the band happily announces its first Metropolis release, “Colorblind”, scheduled to be out later this summer. Having had their sound compared to the likes of New Order, Depeche Mode, and the Pet Shop Boys, these two have previously toured with My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult and 16 Volt, and filled opening slots for legends such as Nitzer Ebb.
EBM/harsh electro act Mordacious, on Germany’s Infacted Recordings, is made up of Los Angeles’ Mordacious Mortem. This tour promotes “Suicide Club”, an album scheduled for release on 25 May which includes remixes by Assemblage 23, FGFC820, C-lekktor, and Alien Vampires and is mastered by God Module’s Bangert.
Club Anything’s website is clubanything.us. Tickets are available at elektrotrash.com