supported by 10 fans who also own “Immaterial Visions”
Very tight debut album that follows the core concepts of alienation and urban atmosphere like the fantastic EP 'Endless Party' without losing variety in the 10 songs.
In my opinion are the drums a bit under the overall mix and the last track doesn't have that much of an impact to me.
Least but not least for 20 bucks +shipping the CD-Digipack is a bit underwhelming, could have been more illustrations and linernotes. (the coverart and strong colours are still awesome).
I can say it's one of my favourite post-punk/gothic albums and I am looking engaged to further projects and hope you guys grow with every new song/album/EP. nyq