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25 years „Face the fear“


„Face the fear“ ist das zweite Album von In Strict Confidence und erschien im Original 1998 auf dem damaligen Kult-Electro-Label „Zoth Ommog“, auf dem auch Bands wie Front 242, Frontline Assembly und viele andere in den 90ern ihre Heimat hatten. Nach dem Debüt-Album „Cryogenix“ 2 Jahre zuvor, konnte auch „Face the fear“ überzeugen. Beinhaltete es doch Hits wie „Industrial Love“ oder „Hidden thoughts“, die auch heute noch in Clubs laufen und auf Konzerten die Fans begeistern. 
Nun, 25 Jahre nach Erstveröffentlichung, kommt das Album in neuem Design und mit Bonusmaterial als Jubiläums-Edition wieder auf den Markt.
Veröffentlichung: Freitag der 13. 2023 ist der Tag, sich „der Angst zu stellen“!

In kürze bei uns im Shop erhältlich: https://shop.instrictconfidence.com

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„Face the fear“ is the second album by In Strict Confidence and was originally released in 1998 on the cult electro label „Zoth Ommog“, which was also home to bands like Front 242, Frontline Assembly and many others in the 90s. After the debut album „Cryogenix“ 2 years earlier, „Face the fear“ was also convincing. It contained hits like „Industrial Love“ or „Hidden thoughts“, which are still played in clubs and fascinate fans at concerts. 
Now, 25 years after the first release, the album is back on the market in a new design and with bonus material as an anniversary edition. Release: Friday the 13th, is the day to „face the fear“!

Soon available in our store: https://shop.instrictconfidence.com

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New video „Stay“


“Stay” from the last album “Hate2Love” is finally honored with a video!

The video recordings were made partly already about 8 years ago and were combined here now with current. Herewith we bridge a little bit the time until a new album…oh, it’s really about time!

By the way, the song was co-produced by Dirk Riegner & Rhys Fulber (Front Line Assembly / Conjure One)

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25-years „Cryogenix“


With “Cryogenix”, we released our debut CD on the electro cult label “Zoth Ommog” (Front 242, Frontline Assembly,etc) in 1996. The album became an instant hit and many of the songs are still popular with DJs and fans alike. “Harmony & Hardness” was the trademark at the time, to which the band has remained true to this day. Four years after its release, however, the label ceased to exist in 2000 and “Cryogenix” disappeared from the market until today.
Reason enough to revive the album for the 25th anniversary on CD, and finally also digitally. Packed with 16 tracks (including rare and unreleased bonus material) “Cryogenix” comes back in the Digipak in june 2021.

Get it here! shop.instrictconfidence.com

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