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Creature - Vicious Things

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*Abyss⛧Walker* So I bought this album a while back, maybe a year ago. And it might be a little late for a review, but the reason I bought it though, is because it is an amazing album. Love the gothic vibe of the synths, that fill the atmosphere of the music behind the really f***ing hard kicks. I love distortion, and this album is light on that, but there is no need. Adding heavy distortion would ruin the masterfully executed dark, but extremely beautiful melodies. I've been going through a very difficult, and emotional time, but "Vicious Things" has been there to lift me back up when I fall. Such an emotional album that ties into how I've been feeling. "Creature" is truly an amazing artist, and I hope to hear more of this great music in the future! Favorite track: Come A Little Closer.
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Dervy Sweet endless tension. Abrasive percussion and rich dark synths fight. Neither wins but amazing music is the result.


TRM-EP-027 Creature - Vicious Things

After a tickling contribution to the Doomed Industry II compilation, French Canadian DJ Na unleashes his debut under his production moniker Creature. And what a manifold creature it is – the script of this EP reading: Contemplation – innovation – double serving of dance floor agitation.

„The Tragedy Of Your Protective Shell“ is true cinematic doom, reverberating with tension, adding occasional piano lines and eerie atmospheric sounds; „Come A Little Closer“ then ventures into a genre-shattering combination of ultra-slow kicks with breaks from the contemporary school of glitch and bass.
And finally, the industrial dance and cybergoth crowds will surely go berserk to the crossover melodic +130bpm tunes “Life Is A Vicious Thing” and “Shredded Aorta” with firm kicks – while Creature manages to deliver it all in style!


released May 31, 2017

Written & produced by N. Gaudreau
Mastering by Enrico Stade
Design by Kevin Robbens


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Traumatic causes Techno, Doomcore, Slowcore, Darkcore, Industrial Hardcore and variants.

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