Cold In Berlin slate ‘White Horse EP’ this Oct



After the highly successful debut album ‘Give Me Walls’; London based No Wave/Punk whirlwind Cold In Berlin release their ‘White Horse’ EP released 10th October 2011 on 2076 Records. It has been given the remix treatment by Producer Pete Baker, Witch House exponents Heretics and a heavy dub step makeover by Drum Cunt; which is possibly his last work in the UK now he has relocated to Japan. 
Strictly limited to 100 handmade copies it occupies a territory which Cold In Berlin are absorbing themselves in. Teaming up with the highly regarded Robot Elephant Records guitarist /d DJs alongside the label boss Sebastian Weikart and Jon the Goth for London’s only Witch House club night. With a tour of Germany planned around the release they will be taking London Witch House to Europe.  
With a formidable reputation for tearing up stages around the country for the past two years and gaining a solid fan base that continues to grow exponentially, this band are cranking up their aural assault on the world.

They offer an incendiary energy reminiscent of early grunge and even earlier no-wave, yet the noise they make is all their own. Creating delightfully sinister hooks that will bond your blood cells to the dark side then release them straight into your head with gloriously pounding crescendos, like Siouxsie Sioux smacking you in the face with a Mudhoney Record.

Track listing:

1. White Horse
2. What Went Wrong (Voltage Black Remix)
3. If You Take Me Apart (Baker P.M Version)
4. God I Love You (Drum Cunt Remix)
5. White Horse (Heretics Remix)


14th October Purple Turtle, London
22nd October L’Espace B-Club, Paris
24th October Sinkassten, Frankfurt
25th October Astra Stube, Hamburg
26th October Club ARM, Kassel
27th October Witch House DJ Set, Endorcism
28th October Death Disco, Berlin
3rd December o2 Academy, Islington, London w/Diary of Dreams

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