Probably one of my favourite concept albums as a whole, I love the descent into madness that our poor protagonist goes through. Also that album art is stellar.
Favorite track: Meet Jimmy (feat. Le Cassette).
Meet Jimmy - an actor on the set of his new blockbuster film: "Sexualizer." Jimmy is a porn star, and (unfortunately for him) a drug addict.
Ever since Jimmy's agent hooked him up with a new strain of Angel Dust, Jimmy's grip on reality has started to slip. When the tension is too high and the girls are too hot, he can't help but brutally murder anyone who gets in his way.
But when Jimmy is caught and ends up in prison, the lines between reality and drug-induced fantasy begin to blur. He soon discovers that his actions may have all been a part of the plot of "Sexualizer" ...
All tracks written and produced by James "Perturbator" Kent.
Vocals on Track 01 by Adam McNab from Le Cassette.
Guitar on Track 02 by Flash Arnold.
Additional synths on track 05 by Tommy.
Artwork by Ariel Zucker-Brull.
Mastered by Ken Sorceron.
Initially released on the 1st of June, 2013 via Aphasia Records.
Re-released on the 31st of July, 2015 via Blood Music.
This EP is downloadable for free - as we do not want pirates to profit from this music. Please donate as you see fit if you enjoy the music. Our suggested pricing scheme:
Low budget = 3-4 EUR
Average budget = 6-7 EUR
High budget = 9-13 EUR
Please tell everyone to download from the official sources only.
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A really great synth-wave/synth-rock release that has a great amount of variety between chill, atmospheric tracks and blood pumping, energetic tracks.
The only mark against it is that I found some of the features on tracks to be the weakest parts and generally weaker tracks MyNameIsRedundant
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A synth-wave record with all the right pieces to bring metalheads.
so much aggression in tone pallet and really brilliant writing and sound design that bathes in a cyberpunk atmosphere MyNameIsRedundant