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Disjecta Membra – Achromaticia – 20th Anniversary Edition

Disjecta Membra – Achromaticia: Twentieth Anniversary Edition Disjecta Membra formed in Hamilton, New Zealand, in December of 1993, and Achromaticia was the group’s début full-length album in 1997, through Heartland Records in Melbourne, Australia. New Zealand already had a long history of important contributions to the ‘dark post-punk’ canon, but Achromaticia marked the first (and perhaps only) time a New… Keep Reading

13 Questions to Michel Rowland (Disjecta Membra)

Michel Rowland Disjecta Membra Official Site Disjecta Membra Official Biography On Gothic Rock Disjecta Membra On Facebook Disjecta Membra On Bandcamp What was the very first record you bought? The first record I owned was ‘Nightflight to Venus’ by Boney M, but I didn’t buy it. I was about three years old at the time, and… Keep Reading

Hana Piranha – Voyeur (Official Video)

Voyeur single out now from the album Fishing With Dynamite. Directed and Edited by Arron West Hair and Make-up by Kay Cunningham Production Assisted by George Day Video produced by We Were Here Creations Keep Reading

Hana Piranha – Dirty Arrows (Official Video)

Directed and Edited by Arron West Make-up and Special Effects Sara Bryant Camera and Lighting Assistant Dean Rielly With Thanks To Damian Friston Karl and Ann Friston Katy Hay Andrew Armstrong George Day Video Produced by We Were Here Creations LYRICS He bought me with a devil’s kiss, so glamorous I sold my soul for… Keep Reading

Disjecta Membra – Death by Discotheque (Remixes)

It’s been a little over eighteen months since we released a ‘single edit’ version of ‘Death by Discothèque’ as a free download in December 2013, backed with the stomping synthpop remix from one of the great pillars of European electro-industrial dance music, Leæther Strip. The single’s release commemorated twenty years since I first persuaded a… Keep Reading

Disjecta Membra

During the 1990s, Disjecta Membra built an enduring reputation as New Zealand’s flagship of gothic rock. Following an extended hiatus, in 2013 the band marked their 20th Anniversary with a triumphant return to the stage, and are currently preparing for the release of a veritable flood of new and unreleased material. Mark I: 1993-1997 Hailing… Keep Reading

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