Norwegian electro band returning to Tel Aviv

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September 19, 2012 22:11

 
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Popular Norwegian synth rock band Apoptygma Berzer will be returning to Israel for a show Saturday night at the Barbie Club in Tel Aviv.

The brainchild of songwriter/producer/musician Stephan Groth, the group has released 11 albums over a 20-year period, mixing elements of Goth, pop, Techno and indie rock into their eclectic electronics.

This will be the band’s third visit to Israel.

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