The new KLANK release titled NUMB…Reborn will be available for download starting tonight at midnight at www.fixtstore.com/klank.  If you are a fan of Electronic Industrial Techno Groove Metal you will NOT be disappointed!!!!  NUMB…Reborn features 15 tracks of the classic KLANK sound with guest appearances from Jim Chaffin, Larry Farkas and Michael Phillips. Stand out tracks like Broken, The Rules, Don’t Count Me Out and Blind are here along with 3 killer remixes!!!  Please pass the word along to all your friends and fellow music heads. Download your copy and experience the Heavy Dancy Electronic Grooves of KLANK. See for yourself how KLANK is where the Mosh Pit meets the Dance Floor!!!
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