DEAD STAR TALK releases limited NFT and vinyl edition of ‘Solid State Chemicals’

By urging fans to support them through downloads or vinyl purchases, DEAD STAR TALK is advocating for a fairer and more sustainable approach to music consumption
5 June 2024

The forward-thinking band DEAD STAR TALK shares their highly anticipated second album, Solid State Chemicals. This exciting new album delivers a fusion of melodic guitar-driven anthems and experimental tracks, as DEAD STAR TALK continues to push the boundaries of rock music while championing fair treatment for artists in the industry.

In a bold move that challenges traditional distribution norms, DEAD STAR TALK has announced that Solid State Chemicals will only be available on streaming platforms throughout June 2024, with plans to remove it in July 2024. However, fans need not worry, as permanent copies will be available in limited quantities on vinyl and as NFTs, along with downloads in music stores.

The band’s lineup features charismatic guitarists and vocalists Christian Buhl and Günes Kocak, along with Copenhagen-born Erik Jensen on bass and Claus Nielsen on drums. Their blend of cultures and musical styles creates a distinctive sound that captivates audiences globally. After their critically acclaimed debut album, Too Many Too Much, in early 2022, the band quickly rose to major festival stages, including Rolling Stone Beach and Reeperbahn Festival, fueling their ambitions for greater success.

Produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by the legendary Grammy-winning Metallica producer Flemming Rasmussen at his Sweet Silence Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark, Solid State Chemicals showcases DEAD STAR TALK’s evolution and sonic exploration.

With ten tracks traversing a range of emotions and themes, from the anthemic Good People? to the introspective Jealous Dream, the album promises a rich auditory experience. The title track, Solid State Chemicals, draws inspiration from the Pop Art movement, weaving deeper meaning into its catchy hooks and melodies.

The band has decided to limit the album’s availability on streaming platforms due to concerns about artist exploitation by tech giants like Spotify. By urging fans to support them through downloads or vinyl purchases, DEAD STAR TALK is advocating for a fairer and more sustainable approach to music consumption. Whether streaming, downloading, or collecting limited edition vinyl and NFTs, every contribution upholds the band’s vision and artistic integrity.

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