Happy February, all you... um.. well, I don't really have a cool nickname for my fans. How about "Decon-Bros"? Nah, that sounds cheesy. Anyway -- I have some exciting news! Pre-orders are now up for Voyeur Special Edition over at the Bit Riot store on FiXT.
Voting is currently going on for Hard Rock Rising 2013, and Deconbrio is in the running to play. Want to help ensure we get to compete? Here's all you have to do:
- If you live within 50 miles of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, get on Facebook and go to this link. Download the track from the bands you want to have play Hard Rock Rising (including us). You can vote for as many bands as you like, but only once per band.
- If you live outside of the range... well, short of changing your current living location on your profile until after you vote, there's not much you can do except share the link with friends, and wishing us luck
Deconbrio's latest album "Voyeur", voted one of the best albums of 2012 by FiXT and Coma Music Magazine, is celebrating its one-year anniversary with the Voyeur Limited Edition CD. The CD will include all 11 original tracks, plus 4 bonus remixes by Deconbrio, Cryogen Second, Silent Strangers and Davidara. We will also be debuting the music video for "Scream" before the physical's release.
Edit: seeing as there may be a possibility of a demand for this CD, we're now calling it the Voyeur "Special Edition" CD.
It started with this idea: the goth/industrial scene was highly influenced by the 80′s New Wave scene and some of the bands in our little band of misfits even started out playing New Wave. Therefore, it only seemed natural to pay tribute to the music of the 80′s New Wave scene with our own goth/industrial compilation.
On Halloween, COMA Music Magazine released the 80′s New Wave cover compilation, called “Tainted Candy”. The compilation includes covers of many 80′s New Wave hits, as performed by today’s goth/industrial/electronica/electro-rock artists. Deconbrio contributed a cover of Peter Gabriel’s 1986 hit “Sledgehammer”.
This compilation is a free download. However, COMA is accepting donations.
Click here to learn more and download the compilation for free.