Alec Empire and Nic Endo reunite Atari Teenage Riot without Hanin Elias for the first time after Carl Crack death in 2001, with the help of Nine Inch Nails contributor CX KIDTRONIK. “Blood In My Eyes” features Nic Endo on lead vocal. She speaks out for the multitude of women who have become the victims of human trafficking, their sexuality exploited for financial gain right under the gaze of the ineffectual governments of the self-proclaimed civilised west. Nic, wholly in tune with her trademark Japanese face-paint depicting "Resistance," makes her point in the inimitable Atari way. Human trafficking is an issue most musicians would rather leave untouched. In popular music it's considered cool to present yourself with the accoutrements of modern life like expensive cars, bling, champagne etc. Basically everything that makes people feel envy and adulation towards the artists who try to portray an image of being ‘successful’, while the music industry is close to collapse - but that's another song on to be addressed on ATR's new album. "Blood In My Eyes" is a riveting electronic punk rock diatribe, paying homage to the feminine retributive subtexts espoused by cult films like ‘Kill Bill’ and heavily censored French art-house offering, ‘Baise-Moi.’
Brand New Video of Goose feat. Peaches. Taken from their second album "Synrise" the belgian band who still rappresenting a perfect mix-up between electro music and rock is going to be in Milano the 1st of April 2011 inside ClubNME.