Owing to the way in which DIE SEKTOR compose, prior to the *ahem* “existence” of the eventual album “(-)existence”, there existed a lengthy instrumental piece “Flux” which later separated into the album tracks “Solder” and “Nine”, and alternate instrumental versions of “Unborn” and “Crucifix”…
As fans have been crying out for DIE SEKTOR on vinyl for years, and as in terms of track-time these songs would fit perfectly on 2 sides of a 12”, ultimately we were unable to resist the urge to release this as the ultimate collector’s companion piece to “(-)existence” – the “(-)origins” EP.
Fully revisited and produced to the same detailed level as the final album tracks by the band, mastered specially for vinyl by Kolja Trelle over at Koltron in Germany, the 3-track instrumental EP “(-)origins” is a fascinating insight into the DIE SEKTOR songwriting process, and an essential item for hardcore fans of the band.
Released in a limited edition of 100 heavyweight 12” vinyl picturediscs, the package includes a 120mm circular vinyl sticker - in a clear PVC sleeve to fully display the sumptuous artwork by Nikos Markogiannakis.
“(-)origins” will be released on April 19 and launched at the DWA-sponsored Resistanz Festival where members of DIE SEKTOR will be on hand to autograph…well, whatever you like, within reason, really…and on sale during their European tour dates April 20th – May 1st, and subsequently over the course of their US tour with God Module May 7th – May 27th.
supported by 10 fans who also own “(-)origins (12" picturedisc)”
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