"Fetish 69 are back again. Ever since the late 80s this peculiar name has graced a band that stood for an incurable love for burnouts, outcasts, freaks, and weirdoes. Slightly twisted guys themselves, frankly, the band has brewed up a scary concoction that includes industrial soundscapes, flickering video loops, and a singer who lets his obsessions run amok. In the early and mid-90s a new Fetish 69 line-up then discarded some of the experimentalism in favor of an all-out wrrrock assault that took no prisoners. On Geek (Doxa, 1999), all that remains from the days of yore are the perennial anti-social passions, filtered through a radically personal worldview. The music, however, has mutated and suddenly incorporates electronica. Dig this: the former full frontal assault unit now features grooves and jazzy bits, if you believe it! This daring developments amazes and attracts hosts of willing collaborators and leads to remixes that feature similarly inclined aliens from all the zones between doom dub and breakbeat noise such as Mick Harris of Scorn, Wordsound boss Spectre, Jim Plotkin, Tribes Of Neurot, and Mego's Pita. And now, here's Atomized Fetish 69's new aural exploration. The album brings a highly individual sound that breathes rock ('n' roll) and simultaneously pulsates in the spirit of the experiments that are conducted in the avant-electronica bars of Vienna, Graz, New York, and Berlin. The album closes with a cover of 'We Are All Prostitutes', by legendary funk-punks The Pop Group."