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Fire Hammer 3 & 4 out now via EPM

2 Weeks ago we announced that Fire Hammer Recordings had signed with electronic music distribution giant, EPM-Music. And on the same day had released their 1st 2 ep’s to all major shops on the world wide winterwebs. Well now number 3 & 4 are available in all those stores. 2 solo EP’s by 2 artists that are equally as monstrous in their own unique way. Number 3 is by the label’s boss ‘Fyerhammer’ and the 4th installment by ‘Monster X’. If you love techno or electro of any kind, we dare you to not enjoy these releases.

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Fire Hammer Records signs distribution deal with EPM

Recently signing an exclusive distribution deal with EPM has been the best move for Fire Hammer Records as that company has it’s finger firmly on the pulse of music that is more than anything, forward thinking, and treats it’s partners as friends. Something very important to the label owner. The label itself though is ran by an artist that is more an overall force of nature than a regular composer or performer but has until recently kept his kraken like tentacles out of the more traditional techno movement, to a certain extent at least.

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New Releases: 2Methyl / Monster X / End.User & Gore Tech

Some exciting new material is about to be unleashed onto your poor unsuspecting ears. End.User and Gore Tech have been chipping away at a new collaborative EP and Monster X’s new EP, Hunter, has been a long time coming but is finally ready to do you all some damage. But first, the debut full length album from bass maestro 2Methyl…

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Gore Tech – Futurphobia – OUT NOW

The latest multifaceted release from the UK’s freshest breakcore producer is now upon us. Maintaining his relationship with the legendary Ad Noiseam imprint, Gore Tech’s darker, more atmospheric and generally creepier sounding album seems more at home at Ad Noiseam than ever. There is a much more sinister edge to Futurphobia than his previous work and draws upon many more influences. This is more than just a breakcore album. This is sonic glimpse into a not so pretty future.

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