The Black Strobe founder's next solo album is due out in May.
The next album by Black Strobe member Arnaud Rebotini is called Someone Gave Me Religion, and is due for release this May.
Rebotini has spent most of his career making music as part of Black Strobe, the French outfit that began as a duo with Ivan Smagghe and today exists as a four-piece band. But he also has plenty of solo work under his belt, including the 2008 album Music Components and a string of earlier records under the name Zend Avesta. Someone Gave Me Religion is his first solo release in two years, and has much of the goth-inspired electro fans would expect from Rebotini, plus an extended ambient piece, aptly titled "The First Thirteen Minutes of Love." It marks the first full-length on Blackstrobe Records, Rebotini's new label that launches next month.
The full album will be preceded by a single for Personal Dictator, due out on April 11th. That one features remixes by Mixhell, Motor and The Hacker, plus an exclusive track called "Twilight of Gods."
01. The First Thirteen Minutes of Love
02. Another Time, Another Place
03. Personal Dictator
04. Another Dictator
06. All You Need Is Techno
07. Who’s GonnaPlayThisOldMachine?
08. Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses
09. The Choir Of The Dead Lovers
10. Sunny Sunday Blues (Digital Only)
Blackstrobe Records will release Someone Gave Me Religion on May 23rd, 2011.