Intersigno - Dark Space I & II
Synthwave It is quite easy to see where Intersigno gets his influence from considering the first track on his "Dark Space I & II" CD is named 'Nostromo', and later on down the line I was greeted with another "Alien" reference in the form of the song 'Facehugger'. This Spanish synthwave producer is a sci-fi and horror geek and I sure am proud that I discovered him via Civitas Mortis records. This is yet another compilation album that takes into account two separate releases from Intersigno. As the title tells you, it takes into account His June 2015 release "Dark Space" and his release from January 2017 "Dark Space II" and puts all seventeen tracks onto one CD. 

As with Civitas Mortis' other release, this is not a release containing any new music but rather a fluid connection between multiple releases from one artist in a deluxe package. The CD is sold alone by itself and it comes with an inside slip that has both the cover art for "Dark Space" and "Dark Space II" on it. However there is also an edition of the CD that includes posters; two 12 inch by 12 inch posters with the blown up cover art from both EPs as well as a few extra goodies are included. 

The music itself is fantastic, at times more cinematic than anything as suggested with the opening of the track 'Fear of the Unknown'. The songs on the album run usually less than three minutes, with the occasional track such as the four and a half minute horror laden track 'Death In Space' extending its time and pleasure. Repeating 'Facehugger' from above, I quote this as one of my favorite songs not only because of the Alien reference, but also because of it's fantastic rhythm and beat. 

This is another stellar package available. I'll give it an eight out of ten due to its awesome music and its availability in a final package once and for all. Uninterrupted listening is the best, after all. 


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Intersigno - Dark Space I & II

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2018 by Civitas Mortis
It is quite easy to see where Intersigno gets his influence from considering the first track on his "Dark Space I & II" CD is named 'Nostromo', and later on down the line I was greeted with another "Alien" reference in the form of the song 'Facehugger'. This Spanish synthwave producer is a sci-fi and horror geek and I sure am proud that I discovered him via Civitas Mortis records. This is yet another compilation album that takes into account two separate releases from Intersigno. As the title tells you, it takes into account His June 2015 release "Dark Space" and his release from January 2017 "Dark Space II" and puts all seventeen tracks onto one CD. 

As with Civitas Mortis' other release, this is not a release containing any new music but rather a fluid connection between multiple releases from one artist in a deluxe package. The CD is sold alone by itself and it comes with an inside slip that has both the cover art for "Dark Space" and "Dark Space II" on it. However there is also an edition of the CD that includes posters; two 12 inch by 12 inch posters with the blown up cover art from both EPs as well as a few extra goodies are included. 

The music itself is fantastic, at times more cinematic than anything as suggested with the opening of the track 'Fear of the Unknown'. The songs on the album run usually less than three minutes, with the occasional track such as the four and a half minute horror laden track 'Death In Space' extending its time and pleasure. Repeating 'Facehugger' from above, I quote this as one of my favorite songs not only because of the Alien reference, but also because of it's fantastic rhythm and beat. 

This is another stellar package available. I'll give it an eight out of ten due to its awesome music and its availability in a final package once and for all. Uninterrupted listening is the best, after all. 


Mar 07 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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