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Collapse under the Empire

Collapse under the Empire
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Germany
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Collapse under the Empire (C.U.T.E.) is a post-rock and electronic duo based in Hamburg. The members are Martin Grimm and Chris Burda.
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http://collapseundertheempire.com
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Releases on file (8)
Collapse under the Empire — Everything We Will Leave beyond Us Collapse under the Empire — Everything We Will Leave beyond Us
(Finaltune Records, 2020, CD / DL)
Collapse under the Empire — The End of Something Collapse under the Empire — The End of Something
(Finaltune Records, 2019, 4LP)
Collapse under the Empire — The Fallen Ones Collapse under the Empire — The Fallen Ones
(Finaltune FT-0105, 2017, CD)
Collapse under the Empire — Sacrifice and Isolation Collapse under the Empire — Sacrifice and Isolation
(Finaltune FT-0104, 2014, CD)
Collapse under the Empire — Fragments of a Prayer Collapse under the Empire — Fragments of a Prayer
(Finaltune FT-0101, 2012, CD)
Collapse under the Empire — Shoulders and Giants Collapse under the Empire — Shoulders and Giants
(Sister Jack SJ 1101, 2011, CD)
Collapse under the Empire — Find a Place to Be Safe Collapse under the Empire — Find a Place to Be Safe
(Sister Jack 40895, 2009, CD)
Collapse under the Empire — Systembreakdown Collapse under the Empire — Systembreakdown
((Not on label) no#, 2008, CD)

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