::: Display gig info only :::
Open the Pornoheft News Blog
Subscribe to the Pornoheft Feed
# October 8, 2010 Pornoheft is for sale
Pornoheft Research Team announced today that it was putting Pornoheft up for sale. Pornoheft, a start that transformed from a hated monster into a mannered network, has started its sale process according to a source. Lars Becker is spearheading the effort. To date it is unknown what price Becker is looking for, but the band has wasted less than $200 over 7.5 years, including $40 last February. The band had over 140 million listeners as of September 2010, and their recent integration into the cloud has led to a further growth spike.
# January 24, 2010 Pornoheft to collaborate with Noise Park Activities
After a long period of research, Pornoheft Research Team has entered construction phase for 2010. Before starting the mass production of a new release, Pornoheft Research Team often decides to set up a pre-production in order to define and optimize the process parameters for the release. From October 2009 to December 2009, Pornoheft Research Team has produced a pre-production crystal and delivered it to Austria-based Noise Park Activities where it was fully characterised. By the end of January 2010 Noise Park Activities will have started mass production of the DNA Demos C30 cassette. Noise Park Activities is a DIY label. They promote and support artists they like and release music to a limited number of copies. Pornoheft Research Team will show the first results on the new development.
# January 5, 2010 Austria cassette release to come
It's been a couple months since Pornoheft introduced their 2nd full-length album Das neue Album in 2006. Now, Pornoheft has accepted a cassette version of the so-called DNA Demos for Austria, which were recorded in the same studio where also the final version of DNA was recorded, approximately 1 year before the recordings of the final DNA. The concept was always the same: Pornoheft collects information stored in your brain, then uses your brain's GPS to create a list of entries. DNA on Cassette can also create a list of entries from your entire brain library, which is probably larger than the number of contacts stored on your phone.