K-Nitrate started in 1993 and released the debut Xenophobia in 1994. During the first years the band had an industrial sound and the songs had vocals and guitars.
Stark Punkt was released in september 2011 by Armalyte Industries. Since the release Voltage in 2010 the band has gotten more dance oriented. The guitars are gone and most of the songs have no traditional vocals. This works very well for the dancefloor, but for home listening the album gets a bit monotone after a while. The song Hate in The States is the exception having vocals by Douglas (Dog) Sudia. Although I really love the music I wish there were more songs with traditional vocals.
My favorite tracks are I.E.D. and Hate in the states. Let's go clubbin'!