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Thank You Fans For 2019 and Happy 2020!

2019 has been a busy year for Interface. We rang it in by announcing our signing to Distortion Productions, and got right to work on our sixth studio album, Where All Roads Lead. We were proud to introduce some of the new material in March at Dark Side Of The Con, which ended up being our only live date for the year. The album and its two companion singles, “Outside Looking In” and “Not With Me” each set label records for sales performance in their opening weeks. We have you, our fans, to thank for this.

So, what is next in 2020? A few things.

First off, we’ve been waiting until this year to get the band back on the stage. You want us in your city? Talk to your local promoters. Tell them about us. Bribe them with cookies. (You get the idea) Our viability to a promoter is only as good as your willingness to come out and support us. We are in talks with some of the various organizers for the 2020 EBM/industrial festival season, so give us some good vibes!

Secondly, we do plan to have a new line of “merch” items available soon to complement the last point. We’ll have a new online store up (via our Bandcamp page) and will also have some of our back-catalog physical media back up for sale too.

In the studio, as mentioned elsewhere, Eric has signed on to produce Rein(Forced)’s next album for WT II, which will feature synth work by both Eric and Jon. Work will commence in the spring. Eric and Rexx Arkana may also start up on more Coldkill tracks very soon, so stay tuned…

Thank You for the Success!

We have learned that the “Outside Looking In” e-single set a record for the best-selling single in Distortion Productions’s history in only its first day on sale!

We aren’t saying this to brag – we are thanking YOU, our fans, for making this happen and making the efforts worthwhile.

Haven’t gotten your copy yet? You can purchase it on Bandcamp, iTunes, or stream it on Spotify and Pandora now!

Covering Ministry!

Interface and Coldkill pay tribute to industrial music history.

We are proud to cover Ministry’s “All Day” with very special guest vocals from Jim Marcus (Die Warzau, Go Fight) for the limited edition cassette single Industrial Purpose 01, presented by Haus Arkana.

The single is also backed with Coldkill (Eric’s other project with Rexx Arkana) doing a cover of “We Believe”. Both songs were originally released on Ministry’s 1986 landmark album Twitch, and the single was released alongside Wax Trax’s commemorative Industrial Accident box set.

It’s no secret that Ministry’s early work is highly influential on Interface, as Eric has stated many times before. The band needed little extra motivation to jump at the chance to record “All Day”, and were truly honored to have the input of one of the most highly-regarded figures in the scene, who’d witnessed much of its history first hand.

The single is digitally available here.

Season’s Greetings and Best Wishes

Wishing our friends and fans around the globe a Happy Holidays and Happy 2019! This coming year will be a good one for Interface – we’re going to have some big news and announcements really soon!

Thank You Nilaihah Records!

Now that we’re back from the ES5 mini tour, we can announce that as of last weekend, as all of our contractual obligations have been fulfilled, we have amicably¬†parted ways with¬†Nilaihah Records.

We thank the label for twelve years of partnership in releasing our last three albums (and their surrounding singles/EPs), for helping us reach new fans and new industry contacts, and we wish them the best in their future endeavors.

We will be working to secure our back-catalogue of music and will be moving it over to our Bandcamp page in the near future, and with some special announcements in that regard soon too!

Please Pardon Our Appearance…

We know it’s been a long time coming, but we’re revamping our website to a whole new look! It’ll have better social media integration, be more mobile/tablet friendly, and have a fresh new vibe.