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Unexist is coming with a brand new album
As one of the very first, Unexist was at the front row when hardcore crossed the Italian border back in the day. The Italian is playing across Europe for years now and 2018 will be a very special year for him. This is something that the hardcore DJ don’t want to let go unnoticed and that’s why he’s coming with a brand new album: 20 Years of Unexist.
“In 2018 I celebrate the 20th anniversary of my career”, says Unexist in Thunderdome Magazine. In this little mini-magazine, that was given to the visitors of the event last Saturday, Francesco Iapicca elaborates about his future plans. “So I want to combine my older and new work in one release. The first album album will be about my new tracks, and the second album is full of remixes and remakes of my work between 1998 and 2010.”
“Stop wasting hardcore” with the 20 Years of Unexist album
Unexist, who played at the mighty Thunderdome mainstage last weekend, wants to make a statement with his upcoming album. “We need to explain the people that hardcore is hardcore”, says the member of Dogfight Records in the interview. He reveals that he doesn’t understand why people are compartmentalizing everything. “I love an industrial track as much as a mainstream or frenchcore track and will put both in my sets anyway. I think it’s a waste of hardcore to just divide everything into genres. We can all have our visions but in the end, we all love hardcore!”
It’s safe to say that we can expect a lot of variation on the 20 Years of Unexist album. The Italian mad man also collaborated with Da Mouth Of Madness on a new track with will appear on the production. Unexist’s saying that he’s super proud of the result. When the album will be released exactly is not known yet. Stay tuned!
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