FADERHEAD's brand-new studio album offers an irresistible mix of rousing club tracks, future pop and intoxicating electro ballads. "Atoms & Emptiness" is released as a jewelcase CD including a 12-page booklet on L-TRACKS. Almost one year after the release of his last successful album "FH4", FADERHEAD, the guarantor for sophisticated electronic sounds, is back with a new longplayer. "Atoms & Emptiness" is a very personal review of the last twelve months, during which the Hamburg-based act had to struggle with various private turbulences, which provided plenty of inspiration and an increased creative output. The new album is certainly the most mature, but also the darkest and most melancholic work of the busy musician and producer. Equipped with an unmistakable feeling for perfectly balanced harmonies and beats, he presents eleven perfectly produced tracks between Electro, EBM, Industrial and Synthpop, with which he once again underlines the unbroken high value of his releases and makes the competition look damn old. In this way he alternates club tracks like "Stand Up", "When The Freaks Come Out" and "You Can`t Resist" with irresistible future-pop numbers like "Someone Else`s Dream" or "Every Hour Kills", which was composed in collaboration with DANIEL MYER from HAUJOBB. The fact that he also has a special understanding of ludicrous electro ballads is proven on the title song of the same name and the atmospherically intense "My Heart Is Safe".