nolongerhuman Electronic Press Kit


Bio

nolongerhuman is the solo project of Clint Robertson.

With over a decade of experience in creating harsh and dark electro music, nolongerhuman has gained a large and loyal fan base with his uncompromising melodies and deeply personal lyrics.

Combining music theory and personal, soul-searching experiences with harsh industrial is something rare in the genre. But nolongerhuman utilizes a masterful mixture of hard-hitting beats, catchy keyboard riffs, impeccable synth placement, and a haunting sense of ambiance, all of which inject soul and beauty into a genre that is typically defined by volume and attack factor.

Vocal samples put nolongerhuman in a historical context, harking back to the early 90’s industrial while also enhancing the diary-esque lyrics of the music.

While the songs work easily on the dance floor, they also offer the listener a thought-provoking experience with running themes of introspection, integrity, society, and a culture of apathy and blind faith in a somewhat dystopian fashion.

nolongerhuman has produced three full-length albums, an EP, and has been featured on numerous remixes and compilations, debuted new releases in the Top 10 on the German Electronic Web Charts, and has systematically produced genre-bending harsh electronics with a sense of emotion rarely seen.

About

Genres: Electro-Industrial, Aggrotech, Dark Electro, Harsh EBM

Years Active: 2004 – Present

Sounds Like: Hocico, Suicide Commando, Tactical Sekt, LeatherStrip, X-Fusion

Social Links: https://linktr.ee/nolongerhumanofficial

Press Links: https://nolongerhuman.net/press/


Notables:

  • Debuted Depersonalization, the second full-length album, on the Top 10 Albums German Electronic Web Chart at #5
  • Debuted Withdrawal, the third full-length album, on the Top 10 Albums German Electronic Web Chart during its first week
  • Debuted “Raptor,” the third track off of Withdrawal, on the Top 15 Tracks German Electronic Web Chart during its first week

Industry Quotes

“nolongerhuman’s diary entry like lyrics set the band apart from some of the other industrial bands out now and the creepy sound to each track is delightful and well executed.” – Ovis Terrell Ross, Regen Magazine

“As we weed through the plethora of bands that release this brand of electro-industrial where the vocals are distorted as if the vocalist drank a gallon of gasoline before singing, it’s interesting to find one now and again that stands out in one way or another. The main selling point behind this band is that they bring all of these styles together with power and yet the lyrics and samples aren’t chock full of vulgarity and hate but are rather genuine and thought-provoking. This doesn’t detract at all from the overall power and force behind the music and each track on this album as it shows from the first pounding beat and electronic loops of “Let Me Go” on through each pulsating and driving piece.” – Gothic Paradise, ‘Antipathy’ Review

“Depersonalization is setting the template for how Dark Electro should sound in 2012 – far removed from the violent, gory, sexual ethic, instead replacing it with more relevant tunes about everything from politics to loss and unemployment, Clint shows us that with a little hint of ingenuity, the wheel can be re-invented.” – Nick Quarm, Brutal Resonance

“With over a decade of experience creating harsh electronic music, Clint Robertson AKA nolongerhuman has slowly been gaining a bigger and more loyal fanbase with his uncompromising melodies and deep, personal lyrics that are splattered onto the masses. This ten track monster spans nearly an hour, with top of the line dark electro spasms and insane numbers… Now, when it comes to the dark electro scene, it’s sometimes hard to find great and new tracks, as a lot of it comes out the same with garbled vocals and the same structure repeated time and time again. But, that’s where nolongerhuman differs; each track brought out on this album… manages to overcome a lot of the cliches that currently riddle the genre. Taking a bold step forward to cross the line into new territory, this man has come out with a brilliant album for mid 2014 with Withdrawal. I would not doubt if it appeared on a few album of the year lists later on down the line, but for now, I think it just landed on my list.” – Steven Gullotta, Brutal Resonance

“…’Dead Inside’ is the first single from the upcoming album “Marionette”. Hellelectro is perfectly combined with sad dark electro melody and dark ambiance, the balance is not tilted to either side, meanwhile the distorted song reflects the pain of the lyrics. If the rest of the album will be of similar quality, then you can apply for the album of the year award from me.” – NecrogenesiS – Magyar Industrial Webzine, “Dead Inside” Review (Hungarian, translated)


Artists Played With

Alter Der Ruine
Cervello Elettronico
Combichrist
Funker Vogt
God Module
Gothminister
Haujobb
Hocico
Leæther Strip
Life Cried
Nachtmahr
Project Rotten
Shiv-R
Suicide Commando
Tactical Sekt
Unter Null
Velvet Acid Christ
W.A.S.T.E.
+ more

Artists Worked With

A7ie
Aktivehate
Alien:Nation
C-Lekktor
Cold Therapy
Cynical Existence
Die Braut
Hydroxie
Maneater
Menschdefekt
Psykkle
Stahlnebel & Black Selket
Terrortek X
Wynardtage
+ more

Venues Played

DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA
Klub Terminal, Downey, CA
On The Y Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
The Box, Santa Cruz, CA
Asylum 13, Wilmington, DE
The Grotto, Orlando, FL
The Abby Pub, Chicago, IL
The Shelter, Atlanta, GA
Club Orpheus, Baltimore, MD
Ground Zero, Minneapolis, MN
Revolution Retro Bar, Tijuana, MX
Berlin 77, Mexicali, MX
Black Label, Las Vegas, NV
Goodtimes Nightclub. Las Vegas, NV
The Pyramid Club, New York, NY
Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY
Star Theater, Portland, OR
Coffin Club (Lovecraft), Portland, OR
Paris Theatre, Portland, OR
The Level Room, Philadelphia, PA
Garfield Artwork, Pittsburg, PA
The Limit, Nashville, TN
Club X (Club Vegas), Salt Lake City, UT
The Crocodile, Seattle, WA
Highline Bar, Seattle, WA
El Corazón, Seattle, WA
+ more


Live Performances

2022 Live Performance | nolongerhuman | “How This Felt”
2022 Live Performance | nolongerhuman | “Let Me Go”
2019 Live Performance | nolongerhuman | “Let Me Go”