I:SCINTILLA To Release 'Havestar' EP In August

Norway's legendary eccentric artist Mortiis recently completed a remix for industrial metal band I:SCINTILLA (signed to the Belgian label Alfa Matrix). The remixed track, which has been dubbed "Havestar (La Malediction Mix)", is planned to be featured on the band's upcoming but as-yet-untitled second album.

Illinois-based quartet I:SCINTILLA recently signed to the Alfa Matrix label, which is expected to release the band's first EPCD, "Havestar", in August. Fronted by the female singer Brittany Bindrim, the band's previous material has been compared to such bands as EVANESCENCE and THEATRE OF TRAGEDY, "a combination of hard-edged industro goth, crunchy guitars, intense female vox spiced with electro layers," according to a press release. The group's EP, "Havestar", contains four new songs plus five bonus club mixes by bands like COMBICHRIST, KLUTAE, IMPLANT, DISKONNEKTED and NEIKKA RPM.

Check out I:SCINTILLA's video for "Capsella [Toxin Mix]" at this location.

For more information, visit www.iscintilla.com.


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