Tiga's label has commissioned remixes of Gesaffelstein that differ in sound but which are all underpinned by intensity and a tendency towards the darker side of electronic music. Dave Clarke's remix project with Mr Jones, Unsubscribe, delivers a bass-heavy, static percussion-coated take on "Aufstand", while Brodinski's treatment of "Viol" follows a similar direction, with whooshing percussive bursts and air raid sirens vying for attention over a pumping bassline. Milano's take on "Opr" also opts for a dark approach, but one that is based on broken industrial beats. The Hacker surprises with a Sleeparchive-style bleep techno version - albeit one powered by a tearing bass - while David Caretta's version of "Hatred" is a slamming ebm workout. Finally, Glass Figure provides some respite with a bassy electro take on "The Lack Of Hope".