Remastered Album Deus Ex Machina by Agressiva 69
Agressiva 69 Polish band, one of the first representatives of industrial rock, founded in 1989 in Kraków. This year, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, artists in Poland also wanted to share their music in Western Europe. The hopes of young artists were very large after the collapse of the communist system, our diverse music scene, which formed and operated under pressure, will come out next to those famous artists around the world. We recorded their music on tapes from radio stations, we listened to their music in some squats, clubs in basements of blocks of flats, in our narrow rooms of cooperative accommodations. Unfortunately, dreams had not come true and western music flooded our market. Two World Wars and over 40 years of the communist regime did havoc, Poland was just as poor as a church mouse.
|From left to right: Jacek Tokarczyk, Tomek Grochola|
For the founders of the band A69 Tomek Grochola and Jacek Tokarczyk (in years 1987-89 known as Fast Nails), it was not a hindrance, their fascination with the achievements of such bands as Ministry, Skinny Puppy, Pigface but also Depeche Mode, Young Gods, Cabaret Voltaire, Kraftwerk, Yello or Underworld the duo decided to record the album entitled Deus Ex Machina in years 1992-93. The album was released on a cassette by the Polish branch of the German label SPV Records in 1993 and a year later on a CD. Our label is proud to present to you the official digital release of the Agressiva 69's debut album, which was additionally remastered in the Exit Productions studio. Let's listen, buy, share and be proud of our artists because after years the album has not grown old and the music can boldly sound next to the best artists of this genre.
Also, we remind you that before the release of the remastered album, we also released the A69's EP entitled A2069, which supports the re-edition of Deus Ex Machina.
Listen, buy, and share:
Deus Ex Machina (LP/CD)
Deus Ex Machina (Digital)