Cleopatra Records recording artists have been smashing out their brand of harsh industrial and dark electro since Chris X started the project in 2005. Between 2005 and 2009, Xentrifuge went on to release "Light Extinguished" and "Converting Infinity" which garnered them a very loyal fanbase. Chris X was not yet satisfied with the project and wanted to add a new element to Xentrifuge - and that addition came in 2012 when Lisa Hellen joined the project full time. With their powers combined Xentrifuge continued to grow and went on to release one of the best Xentrifuge singles in 2016 titled 'Machine Winter'. 

Now, the present is at hand and Xentrifuge has honed their craft in wonderful fashion. Never straying from their dark electro roots but always having masterful production techniques, we at Brutal Resonance are proud to exclusively premiere Xentrifuge's latest music video 'Circles of Dust'. You can watch it in all its glory directly below: 


This piece of art looks like what would happen if Pinhead and the Cenobytes rented out a venue and started a club for their own kind a la 1998's "Blade". The whisper screaming fits right within the electronically Gothic atmosphere as the percussion rains down a smattering of pulsating beats. A cult like aesthetic fits perfectly among Xentrifuge as they perform to their darkest intent. 

'Circles of Dust' comes off of Xentrifuge's upcoming album "Desensitized Parallels". You can pre-order the album via Bandcamp HERE.

For more on Xentrifuge follow them on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and VK
EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Xentrifuge Swirls Us In "Circles Of Dust" In Their Latest Harsh Industrial Music Video
February 19, 2018
Brutal Resonance

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: Xentrifuge Swirls Us In "Circles Of Dust" In Their Latest Harsh Industrial Music Video

Cleopatra Records recording artists have been smashing out their brand of harsh industrial and dark electro since Chris X started the project in 2005. Between 2005 and 2009, Xentrifuge went on to release "Light Extinguished" and "Converting Infinity" which garnered them a very loyal fanbase. Chris X was not yet satisfied with the project and wanted to add a new element to Xentrifuge - and that addition came in 2012 when Lisa Hellen joined the project full time. With their powers combined Xentrifuge continued to grow and went on to release one of the best Xentrifuge singles in 2016 titled 'Machine Winter'. 

Now, the present is at hand and Xentrifuge has honed their craft in wonderful fashion. Never straying from their dark electro roots but always having masterful production techniques, we at Brutal Resonance are proud to exclusively premiere Xentrifuge's latest music video 'Circles of Dust'. You can watch it in all its glory directly below: 


This piece of art looks like what would happen if Pinhead and the Cenobytes rented out a venue and started a club for their own kind a la 1998's "Blade". The whisper screaming fits right within the electronically Gothic atmosphere as the percussion rains down a smattering of pulsating beats. A cult like aesthetic fits perfectly among Xentrifuge as they perform to their darkest intent. 

'Circles of Dust' comes off of Xentrifuge's upcoming album "Desensitized Parallels". You can pre-order the album via Bandcamp HERE.

For more on Xentrifuge follow them on FacebookInstagramTwitter, and VK
Feb 19 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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