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My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult

With Filament 38, Crud, Groundlift, and Project 44.

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Twenty years later, Thrill Kill Kult still kills. Granted, its latter-day electro-disco material isn't six kinds of sexy, like its early industrial-goth-dance classics — but it's still pretty hot. For its anniversary tour, the band is playing steamy tracks from its entire history, dating back to the first Wax Trax release, I See Good Spirits and I See Bad Spirits. If you haven't been to the Phantasy for a while, brace yourself for some tease and sleaze.

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