[ Bands ] [ News ] [ Tourdates ] [ Hell Over Hammaburg ] [ Contact/Imprint ] Home > > Bands > > Alte Promo > > L.Minygwal Pictures Press VIRUSWORX RECORDS presents: L.MINYGWAL „E’er“ www.lminygwal.de Label: Virusworx Records Distribution: Germany – Soulfood, Switzerland – Musikvertrieb AG, Austria – Edel; Great Britain – Plastic Head, Sweden/Danmark/Norway – Voices Of Wonder; Italy – White’n’Black, France – Season Of Mist; Portugal – Division House; Greece – Cosmic Storm; Spain – Avispa Music; BeNeLux – Zomba Release date: 3. February 2003 Line-Up: Jens (git.) Andrea (bass, flöten, gesang) Thomas (drum, chello, samples) L.MINYGWAL from Hildesheim / Germany is on journey through their own micro-cosmos since 1993. It consists of both emotional and raw music – like a soundtrack to your own inner destruction. 1996 the band changed their name from LOST IN THE SUPERMARKET into L.MINYGWAL. The trio connects guitar-based Trash/Doom/Noise-Rock with samples and distorted cellos and flutes. Indigestibility walks along with straight catch, metal-elements combine with disharmonic Noise-attacks, the singing of front woman and bass-player Andrea covers the whole spectrum between scratchy hysteria and smart fragility, samples sound dark, dangerous and oppressive. This music is definitely nothing for fans of happy melodies. And that’s why L.MINYGWAL should be to the liking of both friends of the AmRep-back catalogues and for people that love bands like Neurosis, Dystopia, Esoteric, Ambush, Godflesh, Fudge Tunnel, Einstürzende Neubauten, Totenmond, even Sonic Youth. Admiring this three people from Niedersachsen live means giving yourself to a wall of sounds. But violent live-gigs are not the only metier of this band: In spring 1997 L.MINYGWAL set “Caligula” (a stage play by Camus) into music for the “Theater im Depot” (Dortmund). Discographie: 1993: 4-TrackDemo 1994: „Woebegone“ 7’’ 1995: Split-7’’ mit Embryostore 1996: Splittape mit Corpus Vile 1996: Demotape 1997 : L.Minygwal 7’’ 1998: Mini-CD “Triturated” 2000: Album “Somn” 2003: Album „E’er“ [ Promotion ] [ Publishing ] [ Privacy Policy ] [BILD] [BILD] [BILD]