In Parallel have announced that their brand new album "Broken Codes" will be out on July 13th and is currently available for pre-order on vinyl HERE. Celebrating the vinyl announcement, the band has also released a brand new music video for the song 'Bridge and Tunnel'. You can stream that directly below:


Though it is hard to pin-point an exact genre for the project, their blend of 80s synthpop, shoegaze, post-harcore leads to a brand on its own that they deem drama rock.

Talking of the album, band member Black said, "We named the album BROKEN CODES after a lyric in ‘Figurehead'. We wrote the song based on the idea of a person or leader with no real power. As a band, we often feel like we’re on the outside looking in, and this EP is us reflecting on that feeling."

Fine continued on by saying, "“It took multiple recordings for us to get all the sounds on this record right. We had a very specific idea of how Lance’s vocal should be captured and layered with the synth and guitar textures that were inspired by our love of dark 80’s pop and 90’s shoegaze and post-hardcore.Nailing the balance of our contrastingly expansive and ambient moments was really important."


In Parallel announce new album "Broken Codes"
July 4, 2018
Brutal Resonance

In Parallel announce new album "Broken Codes"

In Parallel have announced that their brand new album "Broken Codes" will be out on July 13th and is currently available for pre-order on vinyl HERE. Celebrating the vinyl announcement, the band has also released a brand new music video for the song 'Bridge and Tunnel'. You can stream that directly below:


Though it is hard to pin-point an exact genre for the project, their blend of 80s synthpop, shoegaze, post-harcore leads to a brand on its own that they deem drama rock.

Talking of the album, band member Black said, "We named the album BROKEN CODES after a lyric in ‘Figurehead'. We wrote the song based on the idea of a person or leader with no real power. As a band, we often feel like we’re on the outside looking in, and this EP is us reflecting on that feeling."

Fine continued on by saying, "“It took multiple recordings for us to get all the sounds on this record right. We had a very specific idea of how Lance’s vocal should be captured and layered with the synth and guitar textures that were inspired by our love of dark 80’s pop and 90’s shoegaze and post-hardcore.Nailing the balance of our contrastingly expansive and ambient moments was really important."


Jul 04 2018

Steven Gullotta

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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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