It’s been almost two years since Twitch The Ripper brought their debut album Bodiless. In that time, a great deal has happened for duo Jon Dobyns and Lonn. They’ve gone on several national tours as well as signed to electronic record label Metropolis Records. All of this has combined in inspiring the band to create their sophomore album Colorblind. Heavily inspired by the glory days of 80’s electronic/synthpop, does this album work or simply leave my nostalgic taste buds disappointedly lacking? Check below for the full review! READ MORE
Twitch the Ripper have been making waves lately in the electronic world, doing several dates with The Birthday Massacre as well as an upcoming show with Combichrist. Jon Dobyns (vocals, synth, guitars) sent us a Top 10 Horror Movie list, which was a huge hit with you readers. Now, with their debut album, ‘Bodiless’, about to be released, we bring you our review. Is the album worth picking up? Is their music as good as their taste in horror? Find out after the jump!
Connecticut Electronic group, Twitch The Ripper, have posted the first track off their upcoming LP Bodiless, called Disconnected.
“We are proud to announce that on June 15th, TTR will debut “Disconnected” at twitchtheripper.com. Disconnected is the first track off the upcoming Bodiless LP and you can exclusively hear it first, right here! It has been a very long process creating Bodiless. With production that began in early February and post pro ending in late May, I’d like to thank you for being patient with us.”
If you’re a fan of Depeche Mode, New Order, or Cocteau Twins head over and take a listen. The band also recently released the artwork for the soon to be released free Bodiless sampler, read on to take a look. READ MORE