Put your seats in an upright position and switch to warp speed, because with the album Adjusting The Space Pulse raise the interstellar Cyber Future Metal bar. With futuristic drum sounds, heavy guitars and a scratchy diabolical voice that fits the alien overlord image well, the Austrians create a brute, yet incredibly danceable Industrial Electro Metal sound that is well suited for the extra-terrestrial conquerors. The sophomore Pulsestudio album Adjusting The Space with its 13 songs and the artwork of Richard Touzimsky, long-awaited by many fans, will be released on November, 06th, 2020, via NRT-Records. The title track Adjusting The Space,
With Black Knight, the first single appetizer, along with a lyric video, has already been released at the end of May and it gave a taste of what friends of extragalactic Cyber Metal can look forward to in autumn. Founded in 2014 by Nemesis, the mastermind of the Austrian Black Metal band Astaroth, Pulse quickly laid the foundation for the crossbreeding of Cyberpunk and Metal. With their 2015 debut album Extinction Level Event, released through CCP Records, they left a lasting impression on the Gothic, Electro and Metal scene. Besides vocalist and guitarist Nemesis, bassist Vidar, drummer Pulsar and guitarist Dom are members of the Pulse squad to bring the sound of their home planet closer to mankind.
Live on stage they already left their extraterrestrial traces on the Schattenwelt Festival in Vienna or the legendary Wave Gotik Treffen in Leipzig. After numerous concerts, it was time to ring in the next phase of the terrestrial conquest and so Pulse retreated to CCP Studio in late summer 2019 to produce Adjusting The Space with Claus Prellinger (Dornenreich, Jack Frost, Thirdmoon). With X 31‘ 26‘43 NY 109‘ 430“W they open the album with an allusion to the Roswell incident in the year 1947. It continues with the second single, a striking warning from outer space called We Won’t Come In Peace, which warns the human species to treat their own planet with more respect otherwise, the aliens will not arrive in peace.
The ambiguous New Elastic Freak, which is also the third single, is about the schizophrenic scene of a psychopath playing with a sex rubber doll or the examination of an alien corpse.
With the title track, the four cosmic musicians officially introduce themselves to the earthlings and allow them to welcome a new generation of life. For 13.000 years, the so-called Black Knight satellite is orbiting our earth. What is its mission? Surveillance? Or is its task connected with our fate after all? With Major Tom, Pulse has succeeded in a surprisingly catchy adaptation of the NDW classic by Peter Schilling. For the finale, the award-winning Venezuelan DJ and remixer Zardonic (Bullet For My Valentine, Corroded, Liv Sin) has taken one of the band’s classics, AlienAngel (Zardonic Remix), and skillfully, brutally transformed it into his style.
Coming from Industrial Cyber Metal, Pulse blow fresh wind into this genre with the release of Adjusting The Space, an album that will not only convince fans of the Industrial scene when it hits our planet in early November. We definitely welcome our new intergalactic overlords!