Re​-​align

by Stromkern

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    Stromkern has once again returned to shake things up and this time it is in the form of an extended play release. The Re-align EP is the second single and first stand alone EP taken from their critically acclaimed Armageddon full length album. The North American only EP contains three new mixes of the title track, including renditions by Seabound and cut.rate.box and new remixes of "Perfect Sunrise" (La Floa Maldita), "Armageddon" (Infrastructure), "No Release" (Battery Cage) and "Terrorist" (Haujobb). To kick things up another notch, the band has also added their own interpretation of the Gang of Four classic, "Anthrax." Overall this is a solid release that will leave fans, new and old, screaming for more.

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Stromkern has once again returned to shake things up and this time it is in the form of an extended play release. The Re-align EP is the second single and first stand alone EP taken from their critically acclaimed Armageddon full length album. The North American only EP contains three new mixes of the title track, including renditions by Seabound and cut.rate.box and new remixes of "Perfect Sunrise" (La Floa Maldita), "Armageddon" (Infrastructure), "No Release" (Battery Cage) and "Terrorist" (Haujobb). To kick things up another notch, the band has also added their own interpretation of the Gang of Four classic, "Anthrax." Overall this is a solid release that will leave fans, new and old, screaming for more.

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released October 2, 2002

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