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The 2020 Gothic Cruise
Swimming with The Leviathan

Sept 27 2020 - 7 Nights, Roundtrip Port Canaveral
Harmony of the Seas (Largest cruise ship in the world)
(fly into Orlando)
Ports: Cococay Bahamas, Cozumel, Roatan & Costa Maya 

3 bands for the Sept 2020 Gothic Cruise:


Influenced by techno as well as rock, German electronic body music (EBM) group Rotersand established themselves as a powerful live act and also released new music on a regular basis. Formed in 2002 in Gelsenkirchen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Rotersand are comprised of Gun (born Gunther Gerl), Rasc (Rascal Nikov), and Krischan (Krischan Jan-Eric Wesenberg). The group debuted with the album Truth Is Fanatic (2003) and its accompanying EP, Merging Oceans (2003), both released by Endless Records. Rotersand then switched to Dependent Records and returned with a follow-up album, Welcome to Goodbye (2005), along with an accompanying single, Exterminate Annihilate Destroy (2005), and EP, Dare to Live: Perspectives on Welcome to Goodbye (2006). Rotersand's third album, 1023 (2007), was released internationally -- by Dependent in the European Union, Metropolis in the United States, and Soyuz in Russia.
~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi


One of the most popular acts in the electro-industrial related "aggrotech" movement, Combichrist is Norwegian Icon of Coil founder Andy LaPlegua when in the studio, augmented by a revolving cast of musicians for their intense live shows. LaPlegua launched the Atlanta, Georgia-based project in 2003 with the album The Joy of Gunz, released by the German label Out of Line. Two years later, Everybody Hates You became Combichrist's first release on the American label Metropolis. The "Get Your Body Beat" single was purposefully released on July 6, 2006 (6/6/6) and gave the band their first Billboard chart position with six weeks on the magazine's dance chart. The track landed on their 2007 album, What the F**k Is Wrong with You People?, a breakthrough effort which also featured the club hits "Electrohead" and "Deathbed." The year 2008 saw their audience increase thanks to a support slot on Mindless Self Indulgence's tour of the U.S., along with their Frost EP: Sent to Destroy. An appearance on the Underworld: Rise of the Lycans soundtrack, plus a new album, Today We Are All Demons, kicked off 2009. That year, they toured with Wes Borland's Black Light Burns and joined Rammstein for a European jaunt, which led to an opening slot on the German industrial metal band's U.S. tour, including a series of sold-out Madison Square Garden shows. In 2010, they also released the throbbing Making Monsters, which included songs composed by LaPlegua that went on to be featured on No Redemption, the soundtrack to the video game Devil May Cry.

Combichrist's seventh LP, We Love You, was released in 2014. It featured added electronic flourishes reminiscent of dubstep while retaining the hard crunch of their previous releases. Two years later, after announcing their eighth album, LaPlegua performed a solo gig at Complex in Glendale, California. The set list comprised rarities and remixes. Later that year, This Is Where Death Begins arrived. Produced by Oumi Kapila (Filter) and LaPlegua, the effort was followed by an extensive tour. In 2017, Combichrist released the single "Broken: United." That track reappeared on the band's ninth album, One Fire, which was released two years later. A retrospective of sorts, it saw LaPlegua drawing on ideas from across the breadth of the group's 15-plus-year career.
~ David Jeffries & Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi


Die Sektor

Die Sektor was founded by Scott Denman and Daniel Gant in 2004 as an outlet for experimenting with dark aggressive electronic music. With the addition of Alan Smith in 2005, Die Sektor released their first album ‘To Be Fed Upon’ on the harsh industrial label Noittek in 2006. After several week of topping the DAC and a handful of shows in the U.S. and Mexico, Die Sektor went on a long hiatus while Scott starting putting together material that would advance and not copy dark electronic music. In 2010 Edwin Alter joined Die Sektor and the album genre bending album ‘Applied Structure In A Void’ was written and conceived. Upon the release of ‘ASIAV’ in 2011 Die Sektor divided audiences and critics. For many fans in the genre of Industrial ‘ASIAV’ raised the bar as far as the quality and songwriting that could be done with dark electro industrial music. 
After several shows across the US Die Sektor began to gain a reputation for intense, exciting and powerful live performances. In 2012 Die Sektor released the follow up to ‘ASIAV’ with the extremely emotional and dark album ‘The Final Electro Solution’. With ‘TFES’ Die Sektor continued to raise the bar for the industrial genre and a specific and unique sound that is Die Sektor, began to emerge. Die Sektor set out on a US tour to support the album, gaining fans and raising the craft of electro shows to new levels. Through 2011 and 2012 Die Sektor remixed bands on almost every industrial label and of every industrial style across the globe. Die Sektor has built a strong reputation as one of the top remix producers in the genre.
2013 finds Die Sektor putting the final touches on a new studio album titled ‘(-) existence ‘. The new album has been touted as the final chapter in ‘The Void Trilogy’ made up of ‘ASIAV’ and ‘TFES’. Die Sektor is preparing to unleash ‘(-) existence, claiming it to be their most accessible, experimental, darkest, emotional and complex work yet. (-) existence is a true concept album that follows the protagonist down a path of internal division and self destruction. Look for Die Sektor to bring their live show to your city in 2013 and prepare to enter the void.

Rotersand: https://www.facebook.com/rotersand/
Die Sektor:https://www.facebook.com/Diesektorofficial/

Theme Nights:
SpookEasy (Formal Night Roaring 20s)
Campy Goth (adams family, plastic fangs, etc)C
Clash of our Titans! (Greek Mythology Monsters, like Leviathan)



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