4 February 2014

Tribazik unveil new video for Life Force Energy

Tribazik unveil new video for Life Force Energy

Tribazik unveil new video for Life Force Energy

Tribazik’s innate power is captured perfectly on their immense new album ‘Data Warfare’ released 17th February 2014 and in anticipation of  the release Tribazik have unveiled a brilliant new video for ‘Life Force Energy

In the video we see through the juxtaposition of projected images of sacred geometry and digital data onto the band’s  bodies, we see the three  members emerge, transmitting their raw energy and revolutionary spirit through their ever-palpitating sound. The video was produced by Celia Arias and directed by Tribazik.

Tribazik have also confirmed a series of shows including an album launch event at London’s Cargo on Thursday February 13th. Tribazik will be playing their new album 'Data Warfare' in its entirety with special guest DJ’s Youth (Killing Joke)  and Chris Liberator (Stay Up Forever / Cluster).
For this special show Tribazik are offering fans the chance to purchase an advance signed copy of ‘Data Warfare’ with a ticket for the show in advance for only £14 from the 'Events' page at

The Data Warfare Album
First impressions count and 'Data Warfare' is a dark, beautiful playground with no boundaries that will leave you breathless. Further plays see the details start to emerge from the melee, where the bigger picture falls into place. The Intellectual and daring music Tribazik create is an avalanche of sound that is empowering, whilst mesmerising.

The journey Tribazik have taken recording the album has not been an easy one and is infused by the tragic and sudden death of their manager Gary DS. However, Tribazik picked themselves up and recorded the album. At first in a huge barn in the Sussex countryside spending time with nature away from the ‘black box' before returning to their rehearsal room/ studio in London to complete the album. Produced by the band and mixed by Youth (Killing Joke / The Orb/The Verve), ‘Data Warfare’ takes its name from the imminent hostilities facing the human race.

Tribazik’s standards are high, explaining the album’s dynamic, full-blooded assault: Opening with ‘Too Dead To Care’ through the next 50 minutes the listener is taken on a journey culminating with the melodic spaced-out riffs of the epic psychedelic tribal closer ‘Tools of Mass Creation’. 'Data Warfare' has an ethereal feel to it and covers themes including anger at blatant war-mongering, as well as a more philosophical look at the humans' place in the universe and the future of technology, it’s uses and it’s effect on society.

The lyrical landscape covers mortality, the power of nature and the work of Zeckaria Sitchin. Tribazik’s high-energy alternative take on thrash and dance music with psychedelic landscape passages, breakbeat and electro influenced sections makes 'Data Warfare' an intricate unique beast in the current climate.

If you want to know what now really sounds like, Tribazik have captured it with their tsunami of pure sound and in 2014 Tribazik want to reach as many people as possible with their powerful arousing and evocative all encompassing live show.

Immerse yourself now in Tribazik’s music - watch the trailer and listen to four songs from Data Warfare now  on

To pre-order the album

Tribazik UK Dates

Support for all regional shows Ghost [Life4land]

13th     London     Cargo            8pm – 1am

15th     Cambridge     Portland Arms
22nd     Brighton    venue tbc

6th     Bristol     Exchange

7th     Cardiff        Koko Gorilaz

European Tour dates to be announced soon...

All tickets £5 on the door except -  London £6.50 or special advance with signed copy of ‘Data Warfare’ from

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