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Ed Flesh: New Project from Assemblage 23 Drummer Mike Jenney
If you haven't checked it out already, Mike just dropped an awesome new single for his brand new project Ed Flesh - a definite departure from his previous stuff with Alter Der Ruine! Give it a listen!

Assemblage 23 Remix for Spektralized Released
Norway's Spektralized has released "Nothin' to Remix", the remix companion to their recently-released "Nothin' to See Here" album. It includes an Assemblage 23 Remix of the song "Caterpillar". Check it out!


Happy New Year!
I wanted to wish you all a very happy and healthy 2021! I also wanted to thank you all for the amazing support you showed for the new album in 2020. It was a weird time to release an album for sure and not being able to tour in support of it was a strange feeling. However, I am looking forward to 2021 and a return to some semblance of normalcy finally coming back. Rest assured that once it becomes safe to do so, we look forward to getting out there and playing the new material for you. Lots more exciting things coming later this year as well!

Work Begins on New Helix Release
Mari and I have been hard at work on a new Helix release we hope to put out in the first part of the new year. Stay tuned for more info, and if you haven't already, feel free to join us on our Facebook page.



Assemblage 23 Remix on New Single from Suffering for Kisses
Suffering for Kisses has released a new single called "Innocence" which features an Assemblage 23 remix of their song "Ashes". Check it out!

"Mourn" Appears on "Best of 2020" lists.
I'm honored that "Mourn" has been included on the "Best Albums of 2020" lists from Cybernoise and I Die, You Die.

"Epiphany" Named #10 Best Song of 2020 by Synthpop Fanatic
Synthpop Fanatic has named "Epiphany" as their #10 song of 2020. Much thanks!


Happy Holidays from Assemblage 23
I just wanted to send my warmest holiday wishes to all of you. 2020 has been a strange and difficult year for all of us, and I've really been touched by the response "Mourn" has received. I hope that having some new music to listen to this year helped make your 2020 a little bit more bearable. I'm looking forward to seeing what 2021 holds. It is my hope that after this involuntary hiatus that shows can come back and we can get back out there to play some of this new material for you! Here's hoping that no matter what holiday you celebrate this time of year, that it's full of love, laughter, and good music.