>> Our second mass produced CD release Lost-in-Place "Failsafe Corroded" has been sent to the manfuacturer. Expect it to be available for sale in the coming weeks.
>> Null Factor "Purity" is now being distributed through Metropolis Records mail order.
>> CANADA DAY SALE: In honour of Canada Day, we have placed several items on sale in the CD store. Thank you to everyone who has supported us!
>> Wondering what Zwerg sounds like? Read this review of Zwerg at Synthpop.net
>> There is a new review of Null Factor "Purity" in Side-Line Magazine.
>> Check out the the ADKOC website which has been totally redesigned.
>> There is a new review of Null Factor "Purity" in Italian at Stillborn zine
>> The Lost-in-Place debut CD titled "Failsafe Corroded" will be coming out this spring/summer on Ballistic Test. Check out a free mp3 download of Lost-in-Place over at http://www.ampcast.com/ballistictest
>> As for the next A Different Kind of Cop CD release, he is planning for a fall release now. Look for a brand new exclusive ADKOC track to appear on the Automata 7.0 compilation CD coming out this summer.
>> Ballistic Test has reached an agreement with A Different Kind of Cop and Lost-in-Place for new mass produced, professional CD releases on the label, possibly this summer. ADKOC is a veteran of the aggro industrial underground, with two succesful CDR releases "Another Everday Occurrence" and "God-7 Structure-0". Lost-in-Place is a relatively newcomer who has impressed us with a unique combination of industrial, electro-goth and darkwave. Think shades of Skinny Puppy, VNV Nation and Soil & Eclipse. More info will be posted when it becomes available.
>> Check out another positive review of Null Factor "Purity", courtesy of Synthpop.net
>> Ballistic Test is now distributing Canadian synthpop artist Zwerg who has created a buzz with tracks featured in the Flaming Fish radio show.
>> Another new review of Null Factor "Purity" appears in Chain DLK zine.
>> Ballistic Test has signed a second artist for a new CD release later this year. Keep watching this site for further details.
>> Null Factor "Purity" is now being distributed by Rad Rockers and the Toronto Industrial Kollective
>> A new review of Null Factor "Purity" appears here in the Flaming Fish store.
>> Ballistic Test has put up a Live Journal page. If you like what we're doing here, feel free to add us to your list of friends.
>> New review of "Purity" here at Wetworks Ezine which says "... the mix of oldschool and newschool electro, superb vocals, great programming and production gives Null Factor the edge over a lot of the other acts in the genre. This is one of the best hard electro albums I've heard all year."
>> Positive feedback of Null Factor "Purity" is starting to come in. There is a great review here at The Edge Radio online. And DSBP says "I like this Null Factor for sure!! good sound, and strong tracks which have some diversity, and still holds in cohesion, and sounds like one band, not a bunch... i am totally digging on "total disregard", "realign","circadian rhythms", "virtual suicide" and "strange days" the most! very solid, and catchy dark industrial tracks!!"
>> Null Factor is featured in a couple of radio shows that you can listen to online: check out Cyberage radio courtesy of DSBP, Distorted Frequencies radio courtesy of DJ Morgana, and flish radio courtesy of Flaming Fish Music.
>> The Null Factor - Purity CD is now available for sale for $14 U.S. including shipping to the U.S. or Canada. This is a full professional CD, not a CDR release. Email me for info on payments by International money order, Canadian money order, Canadian bank Email Money Transfer, overseas orders or wholesale orders.
>> Mp3.com has deleted all content from their site as part of the takeover by CNET Networks. All BTP band pages, mp3s and CDRs are now gone. We want to thank you for helping to make BTP quite a success story at mp3.com with substantial CD sales, mp3 song downloads and songs in the top 40 charts since we started there almost four years ago.
>> Ballistic Test Zine has been taken down as the review archives have been moved into Automata magazine. Writers for BTZ are now writing music reviews for Automata print magazine.