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|TERMINATRYX "Shadow" music video
[produced & directed by Sonja Ruppersberg & Paul Blom]
|TERMINATRYX "Gone" music video
[Flamedrop & Gleam Studio / directed by Johnny Swanepoel]
WACKEN METAL BATTLE SOUTH AFRICA 2016:
Bands across the country battle it out to win the chance to represent SA
at the legendary WACKEN OPEN AIR Metal Festival in Germany.
TERMINATRYX vocalist Sonja will be one of the esteemed judges.
All details, venues and dates at :
MUSIC VIDEO FOR TERMINATRYX AFRIKAANS SONG
"ONTVLUGTING" IN PRODUCTION
FIRST TERMINATRYX SHOW FOR 2016:
(ROAR, Observatory, Cape Town)
9pm / R40 Entry
|It had been 6 years since Cape Town-based TERMINATRYX toured up North (Gauteng area), so the band took the opportunity to get South African alternative legend Paul Riekert (of Battery 9) on stage with them. The TERMINATRYX debut album got a full remixed version in the shape of "Remyx v1.0" (2011), and Paul chose the band's first Afrikaans song "Siek+Sat" (translated: "Sick+Tired"). So a live version of this track was the perfect choice with which to include him on this auspicious evening for guest backing vocals.
Battery 9 are South African Industrial pioneers and hadn't played live for years (since band member Huyser Burger's sad, untimely death) - So it wasn't just a thrill to have Paul on stage with TERMINATRYX, but also get him back in front of people who hadn't seen him there in a while.
This live clip of the "Siek+Sat" remix was edited from a fan shot video and includes a cool range of photographs.
Thanks to everyone coming out to support, many flying in from all over South Africa for this one night only event.
(The SlashDogs were also on the bill)
Produced & Edited by: Paul Blom (for Flamedrop Productions)
Shot by: Sophia Engelbrecht
Christelle Duvenage Photography, Henry Engelbrecht, Chris Acheson Photography,
AGS Photo, Leigh Taylor Photography, Adaze, Royal Lens Photography,
Muhammed Valiallah, Shaughan Pieterse