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Norway's industrial metal band Zeromancer actually began in Los Angeles, after frontman Alex Moklebust and bassist Kim Ljung's previous band, Seigmen, disbanded when one guitarist left. gets its Bret Easton Ellis novel Less Than Zero and William Gibson's Neuromancer. They got together with programmer/keyboardist Erik Ljunggren, guitarist Chris Schleyer and drummer Norfalt Ronthi and began touring Europe in 2000 after the release of their debut album "Clone Your Lover." They began to capture of the audience in the US with their 2002 release "Eurotrash." Their third album "Zzyzx" in Europe in 2003, and early 2004 in the US.
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Below is our complete Zeromancer news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Germany's Castle Rock Festival is set to take place from July 1st - 2nd, 2011 at Broich Castle in Mühlheim an der Ruhr. The latest bands to be confirmed for the festival include Crematory, Moonspell, and Van Canto. Additional details on the festival can be found at this location. The complete list of confirmed bands is as follows:
Lord Of The Lost
Zeromancer bassist Kim Ljungs' side project, Ljungblut, proudly releases its first album, "The Other Side of All Things." The album is a limited 2cd-edition of 1000 numbered copies.
On Saturday February 26 there will be an instore signing session at Musikkverket, Tønsberg. Kim Ljung celebrates the release in his hometown. Be there between 12 - 14.
For more information, visit www.ljungblut.com.
Norwegian electro rockers Zeromancer will perform at Wave Gothic Treffen, Leipzig, Germany on May 14th.
In other news, Zeromancer's label, Pleasuredisc, has just opened the store and annouced their debut release, the long-awaited album by Ljungblut. Check out www.pleasuredisc.net.