Our site was recently attacked by a hacker, and we’re now rebuilding the site. It will take some time. Please bear with us.
The long-awaited package from Thomann arrived to the Unzyme test facilites about a week ago. The package included two American DJ Dekkers, two Stairville Led Floodlight 150s, a Stairville 1500 strobe and the SF-1000 fog machine from the same manufacturer, a bunch of DMX cables (aka XLR cables) and an Enttec USB DMX converter. Oh, … Read more
Ville is planning to get inside the British Underground Revolutionary Sience Organization (B.U.R.S.O.) in February 2012 and will continue to get deeply involved in the community until May 2012. With skilled scheming and planning he has somehow managed to combine this extraordinarily brave and unsound mission with his university studies, and will receive academic credits … Read more
It’s been about a year since the release of Brainforest. During these thirteen months, new songs have been actively brewing in the lab. Some have been played live on gigs and one demo has been released online as part of the UMK-competition. but mostly the new songs have remained hidden. A new approach was taken … Read more
Our new demo track, “The mother of all bombs”, will be sent to Finland’s New Music Competition (Uuden Musiikin Kilpailu) today or tomorrow. The track will also be featured on our upcoming album, which will be released in 2012.
We really need help from you and the audience. Tell us how to improve the site. This blog post was originally made to demonstrate extremely targeted publishing. Also, this is a neat way to trick visitors to our site, as the title could be somewhat looked for on Google. We might also have something more … Read more
Check out Johnny Tr4sh’s newly generated remixture of one of our favorite songs. Jesus in my Trunk (Johnny Tr4sh remix) by Unzyme
We have now updated the Unzyme Lair to meet modern age requirements. Thanks to our sponsor, the Unzyme Laboratories, everything looks a bit sleeker and sleazier.
A music video will be shot in spring 2011. Would you like to participate (as an actor or techinician)? Join the Laborants to get more information!
The story begins in Helsinki. The whole Unzyme personnel were hanging out in the hotel lobby, preparing to play a show at Club Synapsi. Suddenly, a friendly dog appeared from nowhere, followed by his owner, a woman who identified herself as Paula Kontio. Paula asked us what we were doing in Helsinki. We told her … Read more