While listening the first track Stratos, I have the feeling of having recognized an unreleased track escaped from the original soundtrack of the movie Oblivion with Tom Cruise! xD I love the feeling that this song gives me everyday when I move around in town. The whole album is a success anyway, there are a lot of details hidden in the sounds (I'm thinking also about the movie Gravity with George Clooney) so there would be too much to say... Just enjoy Volkor X ...OR DIE!!
Favorite track: Stratos (feat. Feather).
Archives of Acid
An evolution from the first LP. Initially it's not as *immediate*, because with further listens you'll see the Space Lord has made something reminiscent but deeper and every bit as good, which is everything this fan could want. Being a shmup fan i'm hopelessly in love with 'Shoot Them Up' too, it's my new video gaming soundtrack. Thanks for all the care you put in this amazing music and please never stop!
Favorite track: Shoot Them Up.
All music produced, composed, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered by Volkor X
Guitar solo on "Stratos" by Feather ( hpfeather.bandcamp.com )
Guitar solo on "This is our Planet now" by Sylvain Coudret (SOILWORK).
Artwork by Gwen Vibancos.
Additional Artwork by Jean-Luc Sala.
Volkor X logo by Echo Graphic.
Sylvain Coudret uses ESP Guitars, Dunlop Strings and Picks, and Blackstar Amps.
Volkor X proudly uses Kilohearts plugins.
Spoken words on Gravity by Dean Fredericks, taken from “The Phantom Planet” (film, 1961), directed by William Marshall, written by William Telaak, Fred De Gorter and Fred Gebhardt.
Spoken words on Atomic Dust by Charles McGraw, taken from “The Outer Limits” (Aired Feb. 7, 1950), written by Graham Doar, adapted for radio by Morton Fine and David Friedkin., produced and directed by William N. Robson.
Spoken words on This Is Our Planet Now taken from “The War of the Robots” (film, 1978), directed by Alfonso Brescia, written by Alfonso Brescia and Aldo Crudo.