Connecticut-based rhythmic industrial producer Moris Blak was introduced on Brutal through a stream of his previous EP "Dead Summer". The EDM meets industrial formula worked well enough for this darkened soul, but it was only a matter of time before he stuck both feet into the abyss and went down a stomach turning rabbit hole. Thus Moris Blak took the lighter elements from his works and fed them through a morbid blender of twisted mechanization and out popped his brand new EP "At the End of Exile". We at Brutal Resonance are proud to premiere to you the full stream of this destructive EP in it's entirety. Enjoy your leisurely ride through obsidian gates:


Though only running four tracks long "At the End of Exile" provides more than twenty minutes of Hellish exploration and downright dirty synth shenanigans the like of which only Moris Blak can produce. The punishing distorted noise on 'Cataclysm' will make you writhe with painful joy while the pulsating electronics present on 'Fentanyl Hex' will keep you in a hypnotic state. Quite simply put, there is not a single track on "At the End of Exile" that you will want to miss out on whether it's the opening title track or the final, brushing melodic death that sweeps in with 'Deincarnation XVII'. 

Moris Blak's "At the End of Exile" will release via Blind Mice Productions on March 15th, with pre-orders available HERE.

For more on Moris Blak be sure to follow him on Facebook. Also check out his personal Bandcamp and Soundcloud pages to listen to his past tunes. 
EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Listen to the Destructive Rhythms of Moris Blak's New EP "At the End of Exile"
March 9, 2018
Brutal Resonance

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Listen to the Destructive Rhythms of Moris Blak's New EP "At the End of Exile"

Connecticut-based rhythmic industrial producer Moris Blak was introduced on Brutal through a stream of his previous EP "Dead Summer". The EDM meets industrial formula worked well enough for this darkened soul, but it was only a matter of time before he stuck both feet into the abyss and went down a stomach turning rabbit hole. Thus Moris Blak took the lighter elements from his works and fed them through a morbid blender of twisted mechanization and out popped his brand new EP "At the End of Exile". We at Brutal Resonance are proud to premiere to you the full stream of this destructive EP in it's entirety. Enjoy your leisurely ride through obsidian gates:


Though only running four tracks long "At the End of Exile" provides more than twenty minutes of Hellish exploration and downright dirty synth shenanigans the like of which only Moris Blak can produce. The punishing distorted noise on 'Cataclysm' will make you writhe with painful joy while the pulsating electronics present on 'Fentanyl Hex' will keep you in a hypnotic state. Quite simply put, there is not a single track on "At the End of Exile" that you will want to miss out on whether it's the opening title track or the final, brushing melodic death that sweeps in with 'Deincarnation XVII'. 

Moris Blak's "At the End of Exile" will release via Blind Mice Productions on March 15th, with pre-orders available HERE.

For more on Moris Blak be sure to follow him on Facebook. Also check out his personal Bandcamp and Soundcloud pages to listen to his past tunes. 
Mar 09 2018

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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