Video Premiere: Hexadiode, "Synchrocidal"

Formed in 2014 and hailing from the bleak, industrial factory city of Dayton, Ohio, Hexadiode delivers a creative burst of energy amongst the drab landscape from which they were born. They’re a hardware only electro-industrial dance act that dabbles in art damaged, experimental tendencies, Hexadiode are committed to producing an old school EBM dynamic with a forward thinking, 21st century approach.
Members Tim Krug and Jonas Miseh create tracks that are melodically infectious and rich in hooks, while still staying true to the artistic and experimental edges that keep the genre of dark electronica moving forward. Among their influences are acts such as Front 242, Nitzer Ebb, Skinny Puppy and NIN, as well as enigmatic, cross genre electronic acts such as Liars, Brian Eno and Aphex Twin.
Today the band releases the CD for Ibex (via EK Product in Europe), which is built largely on obscure harsh-aggressive vocals that destabilize your mind, mechanized drumming and sonic structures that they interpret in an absolutely original way. LP and digital domestic releases are forthcoming.
To celebrate, Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of sharing a video for the album’s lead cut, “Synchrocidal.”

The tracklist for Ibex:
01. Synchrocidal
02. Turn to Zero
03. Breaking it Whole
04. Subatomic
05. Inversion
06. Contamination
07. Hexon Shift
08. Delta Film
09. Rive
10. Computronium
11. Synchrocidal (Protectorate Remix)
12. Breaking it Whole (Textbeak Remix)
Here is an additional preview of tracks from Ibex:

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