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"Saber/Speakakillaz Review"

Saber is an electro/industrial duo (Eddie Riot and Frank Delamora) managed by friendselectric, the same people who also manage artists you may have heard of Zoot Woman and Larry Tee. Some of their more vocally songs are like if Depeche Mode and The Presets made sweet sweet love. Their harder tracks, which I'm more partial to, are definitely on the industrial tip. Their debut album is due for 2008, but I can't say much about it since two labels are currently viewing for the rights to it.
- D Squared


"Interviews: The Model mentions Saber/Speakakillaz"

Beat Factor: Did you discover any new live bands or producers which you consider outstanding?

The Model: Actually, I have met some amazing artists located in Chicago, their name is Speakakillaz, they make this amazing mix of tchno, elektro, great melodies and vocals, very very intense and good music.

http://www. beatfactor. net/interviews/1241/



- beatfactor.net


"The Model lists a Saber song a top ten song."


The Model

01. MLZ - dark days [Modern Love]
Your metal dreams have just begun. Flawless. Darkest dark at is best.

02. Antipop vs Asia Argento - vampy remixes [Refuge]
The deviant sweet original and the Thugfucker remix are just amazing. Again the dark side run by elfs.

03. The Model - Foundation EP [Underl_ne]
No bragging, but if any of you are into sci-fi industrial sounds, you should be all over this!

04. Speakakillaz - lfo love [CDR]
These guys are amazing. An emotional mix of DMX Krew sweet elektro and mental Depeche Mode atmosphere.

05. Spinky and Lumeq - locura [Minijack]
The fucked up dark housey themes and the heavy bass and kick make me wanna work my abs to death. Heavy-weight bodybuilding style!

06. Blondes Gift - man in the moon [555]
Perfect smooth tracks, Man in the Moon is an absolute bleepy futuristic robot punk anthem!

07. 76-79 - 57 herts [Comfortable]
The air-strike siren no one minds! Did I say the word dark too many times??

08. Garbo - candy mellow (The Model remix) [CDR]
Sorry Garbo, but my remix kicks! Menacing strings and heavy bass lack of light!

09. Chaim and James Blonde - roxxy feeling [MBF]
Wave your hands in the air like you just don't care!

10. Neo Filigrante - into moon morning [Filigrante]
Amazingly sad Tiamat-like atmosphere for those cold yet emotional autumn days!

http://www. dmcupdate. com/trainspotting/archive. asp?id=446 - Dmc Update


Discography

Flirting Under Cover - Saber Garbo-Remix
Live Love Dance Die - Saber

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There is a sound that must be played so loud and it’s always been around. That sound is Saber which was originally created by Frank De La Mora and Eddie Riot as an alternative project to Frank’s already popular electronic band Echonine. Saber’s aim was to create a dark, modern, innovative, dance sound with global appeal. A group of songs were completed quickly since the 2 were already working together per Eddie producing E9’s Insomniac album. While still in the developmental stage a few promos were sent by previous manger Al Shaw formally of Friends Electric Booking and Management. The songs were met with great responses as “Some of their more vocally songs are like if Depeche Mode and The Presets made sweet love” Dani Deahl- D SQUARED (popular blog site) and listed often by popular Romanian dj The Model, (Gigolo records). The Model also giving similar comparisons on various online charts with quotes like “An emotional mix of DMX Crew sweet electro and mental Depeche Mode atmosphere”(DMCWORLD.com).

Soon after their first show the duo decided to form a full band adding drummer Sebastian Vasquez and acquired guitarist Miguel Lopez for his forward and innovative thinking and precision playing. Charlie Garcia (founder of Chicago’s FMEL) was soon added as the fifth member doing live visuals taking the show to the next level and making it an unforgettable sonic and visual experience. Early local success has come from a combination of Frank De La Mora’s already established Chicago popularity as a local electronic musician plus Eddie Riot‘s popular and frequent dj gigs during which exclusive Saber remixes are played. Last but not least, their rock-n-roll like performances of their explosive synth based songs mixed with electronic visuals making it a powerful fist pumping in the air experience. Be on the lookout for the debut album “LIVE LOVE DANCE DIE” fall 2009 and remember there is a sound that must be played so loud that’s always been around and that sound is Saber.