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Listen to Electro-Industrial band Post Death Soundtrack’s new album ‘It Will Come Out of Nowhere’

Throughout Post Death Soundtrack’s new album, the vocalist weaves lyrics into digestible Electro-Industrial that a first-time listener could enjoy.

 

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There’s a big difference between senseless noise and sounds that evoke your spirit to move towards becoming a better you. Throughout Post Death Soundtrack’s new album, the vocalist weaves lyrics into digestible Electro-Industrial that a first-time listener could enjoy, addressing topics that regular people shy away from like death (‘Dark Matter’) and more. Over time, the album decreases in tempo and volume, vocally, showcasing the Vancouver-based group’s range, but I enjoyed the creativity.

My top song from the album is ‘Bridge Burner’ of the open space for the music to play out. Also, I enjoyed the attractive accountability in its lyrics. If you’re going to burn a bridge, burn a bridge for crying out loud! Without further ado, please, listen to the entertaining eleven-track album ‘It Will Come Out of Nowhere’ below. It’s the duo’s Doom Metal/Experimental rock effort.


Written by Richardine Bartee

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