There were already enough material to work on two albums, so they got to work. The first of them ("Noise Therapy"), was published on Nov 2011, and it was the debut of both Rumi and Líyak on this kind of musical scene. Its improved edition ("Noise Therapy - Special Treatment") was published on Sep 2012. The next album, "Apocalyptophilia", released on 24th May 2013, touched a whole new level of A.T.Mödell's personal evolution with its complex atmospheres and melodies and elaborated lyrics.
The third album, "Wired for evil", released on 1st October 2014, delivered the sound that A.T.Mödell was looking for in its very conception: hard, dark, powerful and very, very enjoyable, deepening well into dark electro-metal style. This kind of composition did not left them while they have composed the 4th, "Epic Nightmares" (30th October 2015), achieving their strongest and most complex sound up to that date: raw synths, metal spirit, symphonic elements, harsh electronics and voices full of darkness and determination mix together to form an album that is presented with complete honesty. These elements mark the way of their wanted sound, in a way that these albums could be considered as a first and second part of sorts.
Their newest album, "Music is for fun, motherfuckers!", has been in the making a lot of time and delayed due to a great variety of circumstances, being the health global outbreak of the COVID-19 the most evident, but 2021 has been the definitive date of its release. All the songs have been composed taking all the notions from the previous ones further and beyond with an extreme and deliberated sound, with bases that squeeze the metal and electro-industrial fusion out to achieve pieces with dramatic and astounding rythms and passages, while the others carry ideas to the opposite to deliver a full-blown raw synth explosion not extent of motivation and tongue-in-cheek performance, and great power, rage and emotion that leave their mark in all of them, this time without central concept except the one of its title: a strong vindication and determination to show that music, after all, is for fun, and offering in all moments its hand to the listener to be joined and enjoyed.