This Norwegian band requires no particular presentation to most fans of
electronic music. It has been far too long since Stephan Groth and his
comrades took the trip to play in our capital city.
Starting out with Soli Deo Gloria (1993) and 7 (1996) where they touched more on electropop and EBM. These are overall fantastic albums, however, it's with the following two albums, Welcome to Earth (2000) and Harmonizer (2002) that they cemented their place on the Futurepop throne. With songs like Starsign, Eclipse, Non-Stop Violence, Ashes to Ashes, Deep Red, Until the End of the World and the cover of Shine On to name a few, they've been touring the world as one one of the biggest bands within our genre.
It's been over 10 years since their last gig in Stockholm and Bodyfest are of course extremely proud to give you "Apop".
Classic Swedish EBM at its best, last heard at Bodyfest 2011. Ten years after their first album release.“So Seelisch, So Schön!“, Sturm Café is back with a new, full length, album - “Europa!”. This is fun, simple EBM delivered with heavy beats and a catchy sound. We’re happy to announce their return to Bodyfest 2015!
If you are into Old School EBM, you are going to like this a lot. The Austrian band NZ is taking you back to the roots. The catchy and danceable music combined with aggressive vocals and smashing drums sound like the genre did in the 80's. The live performances of NZ are both excellent and energetic. Those of you who saw them at WGT this year know what to expect!
We are pleased to welcome these hard hitting newcomers to Bodyfest 2015!