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Post Death Soundtrack Brings Dark Vibes With Album It Will Come Out Of Nowhere

19 Feb

Hailing from Vancouver and encompassing the world of metal and experimental rock, Post Death Soundtrack makes audiences excited to hear more from their album It Will Come Out of Nowhere. Releasing their single Chosen Sons earlier in the year, Post Death Soundtrack has been busy working for this new release of music. Listeners will hear the specific sound that they use in their songs alongside the musical instruments they use to create a layer of atmospheric ambience. With guitars, bass, synthesizers, and other sounds, their instrument choice is intentional. Originally in the band’s infancy when it was solely Kenneth Buck and Steve Moore, a lot of their music was political focused and over the top sarcasm accompanied the tracks as well. Their sound is best compared to Skinny Puppy, Ministry, and Portishead.The sounds of Bowie, 70s Rock, and psychedelic electronica all further in describing Post Death Soundtrack.  Standout songs from this newly released album include Ramona Hills and Fallout.  For those wanting to listen to the dark and grunge inspired sounds of this band, grab your headphones and take a listen. Be prepared to be transported to another dimension filled with all that your electronica metal psychedelic heart could ever want.

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Venice May Shows Carries Meaningful Lyrics & Strong Sound In Album Illusion Is Inevitable

22 Oct

Prepare yourself for a moody and strong album entitled Illusion is Inevitable from duo Venice May. Vocalist Natalia Samofalova switches vocal styles back and forth sounding more ambient at times, and then switching to post grunge. Heavy guitar sounds that could be mistaken for synth and drum beats setup the musical arrangement as fundamental aspects of their alternative rock vibe. Emotions run heavy on the album with no weak tracks or scattered flow in sight. Hiding Place on the album singles itself out mainly due to every arrangement and vocals on the track coexisting and co-creating into its own masterpiece. Despite Venice May being Natalia Samofalova’s and Vincent Bedfert’s first ablum, all the tracks on this collection of work are strong, cohesive, and nothing short of memorable.

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