don't know why it took me so long to pick this up. it's a serious achievement in darksynth music! deliciously heavy throughout, brimming with evil energy. fantastic production values on the beastly 13 minute long title track alone. if you like terrifying dark synthwave from the cold edge of space, grab this!
Favorite track: This Means War (feat. Sylvain Coudret).
All music produced, composed, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered by Volkor X
Guitar solo on "Beacon" by Dimi Kaye
Guitar solo on "This Means War" by Sylvain Coudret (SOILWORK)
Artwork by Guile93
Additional artwork (Digipak panels) by Emeric Levardon
Sylvain Coudret uses ESP Guitars, Dunlop Strings and Picks, and Blackstar Amps.
Spoken words on "Beacon" taken from Earth Abides Part 1 of 2 (aired November 5, 1950 - CBS network). David Ellis (adaptor), George Stewart (author), John Dehner (performer), Michael Ann Barrett, Norman Macdonnell (producer, director).
Spoken words on "The Bomb" taken from Attack From Space (film, 1964). Koreyoshi Akasaka, Teruo Ishii, Akira Mitsuwa (directors), Mitsugi Okura (producer), Ichiro Miyagawa (writer).
Volkor X would like to thank for their help and support : Dimi Kaye, Hollywood Burns, Guile93, Sylvain Coudret, Musica Diaboli Management, Gyhyom, Sabrina, Carpenter Brut, City Project, Electric Dragon, John Carpenter and Storm King Productions, Deepnight and the Motion Twins, Glitch Black, Stilz, Erosolvent, Takahashi Jones, Rick Thorpe & Marko Maric (Synthetix Sundays), Jazzi Marcat, Andy Last, DJ Grimstar, Drive Radio, NewRetroWave, John McCoy, Confrontational, Damokles, Irving Force, Luigi Donatello, Red Marker, Grimrik, Cosmo Cocktail, The Foregone Syndicate, Waveshaper, De-Franco, Felix, Maciek Ficner, MC Juju, Jeremy King and all the people from Earth who have sworn allegiance to the Galactic Overlord.