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The dystopian anxiety fueled sounds of GORE TECH represent the cutting edge in nuevo-industrial, future-phobic DnB.

from as early as 2011, Gore Tech has been welding together the rough edges in state-of-the-art technophobic nightmare-ish sound-scapes, working in collaboration with other production outfits, bands and products alike to produce their unique styles of drum & Bass,future-Doom and Dub. Inspired by cyberpunk novels, Manga videos, Free-parties held in the Industrial wastelands of Europe, folklore, the macabre and the occult.

Blazing a trail of neon lights and broken circuits, Gore Tech continues to push the ever expanding boundaries set by artists before them through-out europe and the world into the intense fast approaching future. 

From Scandinavia to the Middle East, Gore Tech has spent the last years playing a fierce string of shows from all spectrums of the alternative music scene from all out dystopian free parties in abandoned bunkers in Beirut, Lebanon, to playing support slots for the likes of Anaal Nathraakh on the big stage Death metal scene of Birmingham,UK and London's notorious Bang Face event alongside Broken Note. His numerous festival appearances include Belgium's Tribes Gathering, Slovakia's Winter LiR, Sweden's prestigious electronic arts festival in Norberg and the industrial Maschinenfest. His characteristic live set brings incredible energy with dynamic mashing and mangling of his own material along with artists he favours.

He's currently working on his new album, and 2014 saw him put out his first release on PRSPCT 'Hammers of Blasphemy', a heavy collaboration with Bong-Ra and Author & Punisher on End.User's Sonic Terror imprint as well a heavy slow piece for MachineCode's STEMS LP. The announcement of his collaboration with one of Death Metal's most notorious acts, Anaal Nathrakh has also been announced.

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