K-Nitrate are back with their first album in a decade and are about to take your breath away, scramble your brain and make you dance like a mad man with their highly refined electronic attack. Active Cell is the album's name and controlled power is it's game. From the poptastic hard dance of 'Cyanide' to the techno force of tracks such as 'Transmit' and 'Atomic'. Active Cell is an album that brings together the various splinters and threads of underground dance into one behemoth of an album. Active Cell once again shows off the talents of Graham Rayner and Christian Weber, most recently know for their work under the name of Audio War & Audacity. With Active Cell the dynamic duo have produced what could be their finest moment so far. K-Nitrate is the brainchild of Graham Rayner. It's early incarnation included an album release, 'Xenophobia', on the cult label Cybertec Records. Graham conceived Cubanate, together with Marc Heal, in late 1992. The formative years of the hugely influential band included a series of successful support dates with Sheep on Drugs on their UK tour, before playing Strawberry Fair in June 1993. They released their acclaimed 'Antimatter' album shortly after. Four of Cubanate's tracks were recently included on the best selling Sony Playstation game Gran Turismo, alongside other established artists such as Blur and Garbage. Graham eventually departed Cubanate to concentrate his efforts on K-Nitrate and also to provide remixes for the popular Cybertec Project (now known as C-Tec) featuring Jean Luc De Meyer from Front 242. Taking this formidable sound to a live audience, Rayner has recruited programmer/percussionist Christian Weber. Fleshed out by stabbing riffs and crushing rhythms, the K-Nitrate live performances have been spellbinding tour-de-forces that have attracted rave reviews. A formidable collection of remixes for various respected artists have been gaining momentum on radio stations across the world whilst K-Nitrate tracks are still, as usual, filling up the dancefloors across the globe.