April, 2016 – Industrial band Cyanide Regime is proud to announce the released of the 3rd studio album "Call to Arms". The full length release includes 10 new tracks covering political resentment, dire hopelessness, and unrelenting vengeance. The Cyanide Regime trio is founded by Fernando S., Brian Blitzkrieg, and KC Killjoy. The band is based out of South Florida, USA and they have performed over 50 shows across North America.
Physical and digital distribution of "Call to Arms" are available at CDBaby and Kunaki:
Call To Arms - Spring 2016
The upcoming effort by the Miami trio Cyanide Regime titled “Call To Arms” is currently in the final stages of production. The band relentlessly continues in the studio finalizing this third project. Soon and with uncompromising pride, this album will be unleashed to the world.
Four years after the release of the raw debut release "Visions of Order", Cyanide Regime returns. "Global Compromise" is the collaborative effort of Colombian-born frontman Fernando S., Brian Blitzkrieg and KC Killjoy out of Miami, Florida. The trio were driven to create a unique blend of dance-oriented electronic tracks with heavy handed, fist pumping Industrial power. Their music and message have stayed true to the project's concern with geopolitics, religious commentary and contempt for the status quo. Melodic musical interludes paired with shredding vocals and a relentlessly brutal beat has consistently gathered fans to the dance floor.
Round two sees the Regime's second invasion with the sophomore release: "Global Compromise". This latest material is ahead of it's time, layered with an eclectic mixture of diverse influences from each band-member. The release also includes contributions from Icon of Coil, Spektralized and Dalliance in the form of three re-imagined versions of dance floor favorite "We March". In addition to his "We March" remix, this release was brought together under the skilled mastering of Sebastian Komor.
Aside from their following in Central and South Florida, Cyanide Regime has gathered fans at performances in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Austin. Over the years they've shared the stage with legendary industrial acts including Combichrist, Funker Vogt, God Module, FGFC820, Assemblage 23, Icon of Coil, Accessory, Informatik and Terrorfakt.
Cyanide Regime is back and here to stay. Join The Regime.