If one starts to explore electronic music, there's one little country
that appears to have a very fertile soil for the innovation and
mastering of so many styles and sub genres. Belgium is without a doubt
one of the countries that gave birth to what we know today as techno,
trance, EBM, industrial electronics and everything in between.
Antwerp-based duo Trimetrick is proud of this heritage, and is
determined to honour this great tradition of creativity with an input
that is worth the experience.
Catherine Jane Robertson (lyrics, vocals) experiments with short
stories and poetry, with a keen interest in the gothic and fantasy
style, the absurd and the surreal. This interest is carried on in her
photography studies, and being an alternative photography model
herself, many of her friends have been dragged before her lens in her
quest for bizarre imagery.
Michael Mampaey (music, recording) has been following the evolution of
audio software for more than a decade now, and installed a small
project studio around his digital audio workstation. After meeting
each other at a festival they decided to join forces, and after the
first few recordings it became clear that it was meant to be. The
result is a mixture of songs that go from dark, eccentric,
mind-boggling debaucheries, to concrete-crushing dance floor anthems,
without getting stuck within a typical sound that defines many bands
in their attempt to score a hit, or please a public.
This year, after the independent CD release "Utopia Deleted" and
appearances on prestigious compilations such as "Extreme Sündenfall" and "Endzeit Bunkertracks", Trimetrick has decided to collaborate with machineKUNT Records, the New York based label that is known for its
stubborn will to promote acts with an attitude and a strong feminine
Together they bring you "Forms of Blasphemy", a synopsis of five years
of hard work and diligent search into the sickest of sounds. An
ambitious project that hopes to transform the few into the many, and
startle friend and foe... Beware!