In the 90s, Somatic Responses and Imminent Starvation pretty much set the standard for nu-industrial. While SR continued their barrage of releases throughout the years, Imminent took a decade off to pursue some of his other projects like Axiome, Torsion, Ambre, The Incredible Three, Urawa and others. The break apparently did him good, because the album he released under the Imminent moniker after all those years was Cask Strength, which is without question a monumental achievement and the best album of his career.
I caught him at Feierwerk in one of my favorite cities of all time, Munich, on Halloween weekend in 2009. The show served as sort of a record release show as the album officially came out earlier that week, which was awesome because he played a bunch of tunes from that new album as well as some choice cuts from his previous magnum opus Nord.
Imminent live at Feierwerk, Munich, 30 October 2009.
stereo board mix
Nady stereo condenser mic for room/audience
Focusrite Saffire Pro24 preamp/interface
Logic 8 for recording, editing, mixing
Soundtrack Pro for mastering