Ticket Giveaway: Nitzer Ebb in SF!


We're giving away a pair of tickets to see Nitzer Ebb with Tense, Soft Metals and Terminal Twilight this Thursday November 11th at Mezzanine in San Francisco!

TO ENTER: Send an email to with the subject line - Nitzer Ebb. Make sure to include your full name and email address we can contact you with if you win. We'll chose a winner at random on Wednesday at 3pm. A pair of tickets will be waiting for the winner and a friend at will-call!

For tickets and more information, visit Must be 21+ to attend. Mezzanine is located at 444 Jessie Street in San Francisco. 8:30pm Doors. $20 Advance Tickets.

Their release Industrial Complex is out now. Download the track "Promises" below.

Nitzer Ebb - "Promises" {Artists' Addiction Records} [ mp3 ]

Mezzanine is ecstatic to bring you the ferocious 90's industrial legends: Nitzer Ebb. They were electro-punks before the genre even existed, at a time when The Prodigy were not even a gleam in fellow Essex boy Liam Howlett’s eye. Militaristic, intimidating yet always accessible, Nitzer Ebb enjoyed a string of ferocious club hits and released five critically acclaimed albums on Mute. From their first-ever single, 1984’s ‘Isn’t It Funny How Your Body Works’ through to their final 1995 single ‘I Thought’, they were a band whose honed aggression, originality and precision were impeccable.

The band’s musical adventures first began in 1982 when McCarthy and Harris, along with drummer David Gooday, formed the group whilst still at school in Chelmsford. Listening to the likes of Abwärts, Neubauten, Malaria, DAF, Cabaret Voltaire, Killing Joke and Bauhaus among many others the boys began experimenting with synthesizers and samples culminating in the release of four singles on their own Power Of Voice Communications label (a joint venture with Pet Shop Boys producer Phil Harding) before Daniel Miller was impressed enough to sign them to his own label Mute.

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