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In 1978, Dirk started as singer and guitar player in the punk band Slaughterhouse, but broke up the group one year later to form the more new wave minded project The Few.
Influenced by bands like Suicide and Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft and the UK electronic scene, he appears from 1980 on under the name Absolute Body Control on several compilations. The first single Is There An Exit ? became a local underground hit. The line-up changed very soon but with Eric Van Wonterghem he finds himself a partner for the next coming years regarding mixing, producing and collaborating.
In 1985, the Absolute Controlled Clinical Maniacs, a project with members of three Belgian bands, were invited to do a tour in Norway. When ...
WULFband is a Swedish EBM project which shook the world with its debut release and concert in 2014. Longing back to the late 70's and early 80's to bring forth the early industrial and NDW scene from Germany, the band made it sound fresh and powerful with tons of attitude. Can also be fittingly described as the wolf, which sneaks out from the dark and attacks you. But instead of fangs that pierce you their weapon is crushing beats and driving bass lines with aggressive and deranged vocals. Music that rushes, strikes and thrusts until you submit totally.
Signed on Progress Productions, their debut album release resulted in several other concert gigs in Sweden and other requests to play abroad, such as the legendary Familientre...
Rave The Reqviem was founded during the late fall of 2011 by Filip Lönnqvist. The purpose of this project was to combine industrial metal with modern electronic music styles (such as dubstep and drum ‘n’ bass) and melodic choruses sung by soprano Carola Lönnqvist. A polarized and bittersweet sound where mechanical darkness meets beauty and sentiment.
All music is written, recorded and produced by Filip Lönnqvist at his home studio in the city of Kalmar. Mixing and mastering is then done by Jan Lehmkämper at X-Fusion Music Production. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.