KINETIK CONTROL: New Album To Be Produced By PETER TÄGTGREN

KINETIK CONTROL, the Finnish band featuring members of HAVOC UNIT and SIN:DECAY, will enter the studio in May with producer Peter Tägtgren (PAIN, HYPOCRISY) to begin recording its sophomore album for a late 2009 release. Tentatively titled "Only Truth Remains", the follow-up to last year's "Lack Of Divine Inspiration", will be completed in August.

KINETIK CONTROL's video for the song "Vanguard Of The New World", which debuted on No. 1 on both the Finnish single chart and download chart, can be viewed below.

According to the band's official bio, KINETIK CONTROL is "a manifestation of electronic turbulence, metallic mood swings and melancholic mindscapes. The old saying 'opposites attract' is definitely the case with Tweak and Dexter, two creative individuals with a completely different social and spiritual background. Even if there is contrast in the two individuals' personalities, there is something unexplainably strong and mystical about their collaboration. Together they form a team whose musical force is appalling. Call it cosmic unison or anything else dim, the music speaks for itself and is far from superficial. The ability to combine electronic elements with pop sensibility and a twist of metal, completely in their own terms, honors all music styles — yet creates a distinctive and recognizable original sound. Instead of hanging onto a narrow musical spectrum, Tweak and Dexter have decided to reach for the stars. Their music has no limits or boundaries; nothing is sacred or forbidden in their little world. So expect the unexpected! It is too early to say how far their vision will take them, but as surely as the sun shines and the night falls, Tweak and Dexter will not be able to stop their musical hallucinations or their critical view of the surrounding world. And now and in the future, that will result in gigantic atmospheres and powerful emotive music."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/kinetikcontrol.

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