The first track from our third IX album, 6EQUJ5 has now gone online as a taster for the new album which should be out the middle of this year. It has taken rather longer than intended but hopefully it will be worth the wait.
Anyway, here’s the track, Saturn 5:
The 2nd trailer for IX’s third album is now available online.
IX have released their second album, 7302. Another eclectic collection of tracks, 7302 is available initially on digital download from ixband.bandcamp.com/album/7302. You can also pre-order the CD or CD/Cassette edition there too. It will shortly be available on iTunes, Google Play. Amazon etc.
The second album from IX, titled 7302 is to be released on digital download, CD and cassette on 9th April 2015. You can check out the first 3 tracks and pre-order one of the various versions that are being released.
You can also sign up for the IX newsletter at ixband.co.uk.
IX have now previewed a second track from their in progress album, “Grinder”. “Don’t Fuck with Jon Vain” heralds a harder, more beat driven feel compared to System VII, their first album. Also available for streaming is “Now Spell IX”
You can now buy System VII, the debut album from IX by going to Bandcamp. System VII is available as limited edition CD, very limited edition CD and Minidisc and as download.
System VII was featured in The Observer reader’s Hidden Gems of 2014.
You can now pre-order System VII on CD from Bandcamp.
– Hidden Bonus Track
– Laser Etched Compact Disc
– Ejector CD case
– Two Exclusive Band Artwork Photo-cards
Order it here http://ixband.bandcamp.com/releases
Our new album, System VII is now available online for purchase, download and just listening at Spotify
Spotify: IX – System VII (will open Spotify & take you there)
If you have trouble finding it, search for “IX System VII” in most music selling sites where we are available. And then look for the cover.
Yes, it’s finally happened, the first IX album has escaped. You can listen to and even buy it here although it will be appearing on iTunes, Amazon and Google etc in due course. The title of the album is System VII. Enjoy!
Back in the dim past I had a need to stick a 370 socket CPU in a Slot 1 motherboard. Asus made an adapter that did just this task. I recently found the manual so before I chucked it, I dumped it into a one page PDF in case it was any use to anyone so here it is. Enjoy.
By way of background, these cards supported Coppermine and Celeron CPUs and gave owners of existing slot 1 motherboards an upgrade route from their existing Pentium II/III processors.
Asus S370 CPU Card