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A review of Synaecide – Manifestation

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A review of Synaecide – Manifestation

Synaecide on the DOWNLOAD releases the Manifestation of 12 tracks. The tracks reminds me of an 80's Canadian electronic group 'Skinny Puppy' as the first two tracks titles suggest, the Fallen Angels and Creeping Darkness. Yet as I listen to the rest of the tracks, I discover that they are not as dark as the Skinny Puppy's 'Assimilate' Manifestation contains a Pop credential greyish like the black knight riding through the lowland of forest chasing the nymphs. Synaecide nearly strucks the chord in digital format of a binary bits and bytes in the electronic piano intro in the track of 'Binary Gods' . With this twang of Romantic arpeggio of the keys, the Victorian sense and sensibility is accompanied by the contemporary hard beats and the wholes song is a yearning for something that is buried and risen. In a word, the album is not a dark manifestation rather than a manifestation of

a vibe of sparkles in the creeping darkness. Comparatively, the Manifestation is heavier than the 'Savage Garden's any albums of flirts and petty-bourgeois sentimentalities yet not as futuristic and dystopia as the 'Bite' of Skinny Puppy, an monumental album released in 1985.

Here is the link:

http://www.soundpunk.com/files/file/11-synaecide-manifestations/

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Nice review .. Im sure Synaecide would love to see it , not sure if he's around much

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