Das Bunkers 21st Anniversary

Das Bunkers 21st Anniversary

Pankow, God Module, Imperative Reaction, White Ring, Unter Null, Schwefelgelb, The Invincible Spirit, System Syn, Kontravoid, Skeleton Hands, Statiqbloom, Rendered, C/A/T, Gentleman Junkie, Spit Mask, Coredark, Hex Wolves x Fractured Transmission, Crimes AM, Wire Spine, Haex, Physical Wash, Upsetter, Pod Blotz, Grypt, Forbidden Colors, Vore Aurora, INVA//ID, Sebeyu, Artifact Corruption

Fri · October 6, 2017 - Mon · October 9, 2017

10:00 pm

Union Nightclub

$7- $90

This event is 17 and over

Suicide Commando
Suicide Commando
Johan Van Roy, Suicide Commando's only member, began experimenting with electronic music in 1986. Three years later, he released his first tape under the moniker Suicide Commando, and made an appearance on the vinyl compilation, Electronic. As Van Roy continued self-releasing tapes, he landed more compilation appearances on Rotation II and Induktion, Varianz und Deren Folgen, both released by Kugelblitz records.

1994 finally saw Suicide Commando's first CD, Critical Stage, released on the German label Off-Beat. Shortly after. in 1995, Suicide Commando released Stored Images, which contains to date one of van Roy's most popular songs, See You in Hell.

1996 was the ten-year anniversary of Suicide Commando, and with it came the release of Contamination, as well as the limited boxed version, which contained a bonus 3" compact disc featuring previously unreleased material. Contamination was released a year later in North America by the now defunct Electronic Death Trip records.

In 1998, Suicide Commando released the album Construct-Destruct and its sister release, Reconstruction including new clubhits like Desire and Better Off Dead, the former of which was picked up by Possessive Blindfold Records for distribution in North America with bonus tracks.

Van Roy was one of the founders of the Dependent Records label in 1999. It was on this new label that Suicide Commando's next successfull releases, two singles and one EP: Hellraiser, Comatose Delusion, and Love Breeds Suicide, accompanied Suicide Commando's 2000 release, Mindstrip, which reached the number one spot on the Deutsche Alternative Charts. Later the Mindstrip album also was licensed and released in North America by Metropolis Records.

In 2002 Suicide Commando release the DCD Anthology on Dependent Records, a compilation of the best and biggest suicide commando hits up so far, including all clubhits like "hellraiser", "see you in hell", "love breeds suicide" ... and offering some exclusive new remixes and rare versions.

For Suicide Commando's next release, Axis of Evil, a special edition double single called Face of Death was released beforehand, selling out in two days. The regular edition of the single continues to sell, and Axis of Evil was voted album of the year (2003) by the Deutsche Alternative Charts. In 2004 Suicide Commando released another limited edition double single, Cause of Death: Suicide + One Nation under God.

In 2006, Suicide Commando returns with the album Bind, Torture, Kill (also available as limited edition including a bonus disc, poster and sticker), featuring the single Godsend + Menschenfresser, released on Johan's own new label Noise Terror Productions, a new division of Dependent Records. The album once again reached the top position in several alternative charts across the world and got voted album of the month in the german Orkus magazine.

Released in 2007, one year after the band's 20th anniversary, the X20 boxset including 3 CDs (one remix CD, one best of CD and the Fuck You Bitch EP) and Suicide Commando's very first live DVD. The special remix CD and the best of album were later released as separate discs by Metropolis Records. End of 2007 Suicide Commando return with the song Hate me, their first new material since the bind torture kill album, released on the noise terror volume 2 sampler on NTP/Dependent.

In 2008 Suicide Commando start working on brandnew material for their upcoming EP and new album.

In May 2009 Suicide Commando announced that he signed with Out Of Line to release his stuff in Europe.
Das Ich
Das Ich
German darkwave project, founded in 1989 around core members Bruno Kramm and Stefan Ackermann.

Current live-members are Stephan Hauer and Marty Söffker.

Ex live-members: Tanja Hahn (1989–1990), Andreas Sieblhoff (1990–1993), Ansgar Noeth (1994–1995), Chad Blinman (1994-1996), Daniel Galda (1994–1999), Jakob Lang (1998-1999), Michael Schmid (1999-2000), Nidij (2000–2001), Kain Gabriel Simon (2001–2006), Stefan Siegl [Sissy] (2006-2007), Ringo Müller (2006-2007)
FGFC820
FGFC820
Pankow
Pankow
Pankow are the pioneers of Italian EBM/industrial.
They formed in Florence in 1979 and started experimenting with electronic machines from 1981.
The second singer, Alex Spalck, has been the composer of all the lyrics from their first release, the EP on cassette Throw Out Rite (1983), followed by the legendary first EP God's Deneuve on KinderGarten Records (1984) until 2007.

The first LP came in 1987 on Contempo Records, and was produced by Adrian Sherwood.
Pankow were the first Italian electronic band to gain wide success in Europe and the USA, they did a tour of 30 dates in the States at the beginning of the 90s'. In 1993 the band split up, Spalck went to live in Australia.
In 1996 fm released with Gianluca Becuzzi of Limbo the album named Pankow .
Pankow returned 2003 with Alex Spalck back as the front man and 2 new CDs Life Is Offensive And Refuses To Apologise out on Minus Habens and Great Minds Against Themselves Conspire out on Wheesht.

The band is currently active and based in France/Belgium with the frontman singer Bram Declercq, the head of the band Maurizio Fasolo, Enzo Regi, Paolo Favati and Alessandro Gimignani.
God Module
God Module
God Mod founder and mastermind Jasyn Bangert has brought his childhood dreams to life as musical nightmares. Jasyn takes all the common Electro - Gothic - Industrial cliches and systematically tear them apart. They are unnaturally stitched back together again to create a constantly mutating soundtrack to the most fucked up horror film you will never see..
Imperative Reaction
Imperative Reaction
White Ring
White Ring
Unter Null
Unter Null
The sole creation of Erica Dunham, material began to be written under the moniker of Unter Null in the year 1998. After years of classical piano training, as well as cello and guitar, the foray into electronic music began.

Unter Null's sound could be described as equal parts melody and noise,, venom balanced with sentiment, and a blend of sounds influenced by a wide variety of genres spanning from industrial, classical, black metal, and IDM.

Unter Null has come to represent a complete reassessment of the direction of the project, both in the writing and live performance aspects of Unter Null. Supported by a full live band, the aggression of the album material is now fully reflected by a live dynamic that looks to span genre boundaries, and overcome scene isolation by incorporating the engaging elements of punk rock energy, metal ferocity, and the intensity, and club playability of industrial, and EBM.

Email: info@unter-null.net
Schwefelgelb
Schwefelgelb
German Electro/Punk/New Wave/Techno duo, formed by Sid, Eddy, Nyx and Hal.
The Invincible Spirit
The Invincible Spirit
System Syn
System Syn
Skeleton Hands
Skeleton Hands
Skeleton Hands, comprised of Evan Scott Sharfe and Chase Anderson, bring an eclectic electronic sound reminiscent of the glory days of post-punk that is simultaneously foreboding and uplifting. With influences ranging from House and Techno to Post-Punk and Traditional Goth, Skeleton Hands creates a moody sound with a joyful darkness that rumbles the floor and circles the atmosphere.

Starting out as a studio project in 2010, the band has released two singles on RACECAR Ltd. including Ravage and Oxygen, along with a handful of self-released EPs. Their debut full-length album Gone, presented a sound that is both familiar and fresh. It garnered many praises the world over, selling out of vinyl copies shortly after its release. As the album continues to gain new listeners, Sharfe and Anderson have continued to explore their sound, with their follow up album entitled Wake.

With every subsequent release, Skeleton Hands continue to blend their sorrowful vocals alongside a guitar-tinged, synth-infused palette that firmly plants them at the forefront of a new movement of buzz worthy names in dark pop.
Statiqbloom
Statiqbloom
C/A/T
C/A/T
C/A/T is the main creative output for Crunch Pod label founder, Ben Arp. C/A/T began as an experimental electronic project and continued evolving until early 2005 when Arp settled on a hybrid of industrial and rhythmic noise as the main sound.

This project ceased all activities in August 2011. Arp restarted the project in May 2014.
Pod Blotz
Pod Blotz
Music project of experimental artist Suzy Poling. Started in 2002.
Artifact Corruption
Artifact Corruption
Venue Information:
Union Nightclub
4067 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA, 90019