4th Sign of the Apocalypse

4th Sign of the Apocalypse

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Alternative/Post-Industrial/Avant-Garde/Experimental/Song Oriented/Noise/Rock/ -Pop

Biography

In 1998, Bryin Dall (Thee Majesty, with Genesis P-Orridge), unleashed his most potent creation to date, with the release of the first 4th Sign of The Apocalypse album, Lost Hour World. Since that fateful day, the electro-industrial pop project has released more than a dozen compilation tracks, found its way onto multiple soundtracks (most recently, Bruce La Bruce's Otto, or Up With Dead People), and Dall has remixed and remodeled artists as diverse as Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Throbbing Gristle.
Now, 4th Sign has transmuted itself into a full electronic rock band, with experimental rocker Dan Law on Chapman Stick, Derek Rush (Dream Into Dust, A Murder of Angels) on synths and samples, and, as always, Bryin Dall contributing unmistakable vocals and noise.
The combo recently debuted its newest songs as special guests of Psychic TV, and at the Musicka Mystica Maxima festival in New York with Bill Laswell and John Zorn.
The band is recording tracks for its second album at studios in New York City, and takes to stages across Europe and the US in the spring and summer of 2010.

Set List

Our typical set consists of mostly original material, mostly beat/song oriented tunes with one instrumental structured improv and a few choice cover tunes.