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2013 – Senser are back with their new album – ‘To The Capsules’ incorporating their unique fusion of rock, metal, hiphop and alternative electronica, staying true to the sound they have been producing since 1989.
Senser became known for their political lyrics and a huge live sound which has gained them headline slots at major UK and European festivals. Senser achieved worldwide success with debut album ‘Stacked Up’ in 1995, which peaked at number 4 in the UK album charts. They subsequently split up having toured half the planet.
After a long hiatus, in 2009 Senser wrote and recorded their fourth studio album ‘How To Do Battle’ working with producers Neil McLellan (The Prodigy), Jason Wilcox (You Me At Six, Reuben, Fightstar) and New York hip hop producer Scott Harding (Wu Tang Clan, New Kingdom). The album achieved major success with the rock press such as Kerrang! and Metal Hammer Magazine and put the band back on the festival and touring circuit. All three singles from the album; ‘Resistance Now’, ‘End Of The World Show’ and ’2 3 Clear’ aired on Radio 1’s Rock Show, an Xfm live session and the video’s on Scuzz TV.
Planet Mosh summed it up perfectly: “With Senser back from the 90′s, I was worried that they might have brought the 90′s sound with them, they didn’t. The delivery was superbly tight and the room erupted into a mosh pit. This wasn’t 90′s, this was Senser showing other bands how the transition over decades can be done perfectly. Fully retaining their powerful roots yet managing to make every track sound fresh and new. Quite an achievement.”
2011 saw the band release the ‘Biting Rhymes’ EP – a collection of classic hip hop covers recorded in true Senser style. This release saw the band complete a very successful UK tour scoring rave reviews from world press. Senser were also joined by dynamic guest vocalist Imma, adding her own superb twist on Kerstin’s euphoric sound.
2013 will see the band touring with a new album, with major festivals such as Hammerfest (Wales) and Hellfest (France) already confirmed.
“hammer heavy, incisor sharp guitars and right-on rapped out vocals, regularly blowing the likes of Rage Against The Machine off stage” – Rock Sound
“KKKK – top of our playlist” – Kerrang!
“9/10: Live performances such as this are true rarities. Senser fuckin smashed it” – Planet Mosh
“irresistable mash up of metal, trip hop and Prodigy-esque live beats” – Classic Rock