The Fire is aroused – Combichrist are back, and they have set their full arsenal into motion. Precise. Lurking. Merciless. The ninth studio album "One Fire" shows a band that‘s march of triumph made the whole world take notice – and that it's hunger for more makes it even more dangerous.
Cold industrial and heavy riffs seal a sinister alliance, driven by pounding rhythms, forged in 15 years of successful career. Because "One Fire" is past and future in one, traditional, but not looking back. Formed of aggressive music and unchained live shows around the globe, Combichrist return to their roots and celebrate the sound that made them great. They got support by Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory) who purifies "Guns At Last Dawn“" with his vocals. Provided with a cover that expresses pure chaos crafted by Deka Sepdian (known for the fashion line "Deathrod" by singer Andy LaPlegua) "One Fire" is an album, that enables you to channel your anger and frustration.