The techno duo will play a live set at MIKZ for Robot Army.
Ancient Methods first emerged in 2007, dropping the first in what went on to become a series of self-released 12-inches. Since the German pair made their production debut, they've continued to lay down an aggressive and uncompromising brand of techno that recalls the likes of Richard Devine, British Murder Boys and Porter Ricks, all while regularly taking their menacing live show around Europe for festival slots. The Ancient Methods' live act is in line with the sound the majority of their releases have pushed: relatively slow and heavy on bass and distortion.
Robots Army is scheduled to take place at MIKZ this Saturday night, and will feature sets from several other local industrial and experimental artists, with Stype, Dash & Dry and Axion all each locked in for slots.