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"Black Waves" is 4 tracks of deep, dark club music. Since the release of his critically acclaimed album “Generation Hexed”, Drums of Death has been obsessively developing a deeper and darker sound that is tailored for the dance-floor. "Black Waves" fuses frantic 808 drum patterns and dramatic synth lines with fresh, contemplative melodies. It’s music born out of its maker’s passion for techno and house.
Black Waves opens with "Cold Lazarus" an intense 4 minute ride of classic techno taken to its intenseconclusion. Strings derived from his raucous live show build tension before the track spirals out ofcontrol descending into a frenzied, audio assault. Further high-end club tendencies are delivered on "I Can’t Take It". Drenched with early 90’s rave influence, it’s house music looking forward at 135 beats per minute. "Lost Highway" is melodic with a deep London sound. It’s emotive synths mix with rolling toms andpitched vocal shards. Still designed for the club it shows a more considered side to the Drums of Death sound. A subtlety that is also present in the romantic, emotional flourishes of closing track "Love’s Labour’s Lost". Here arpeggiated synths build while chords and strings mix with clarinets and heavysubs to make an almost baroque 2-step hybrid.
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