Titans - My Sorrow
Electro, Synthpop The Swedish and American cooperation Titans are back with the second EP released from their debut album 'For The Long Gone' released soon a year ago. The first EP release was 'All There Is' and this time the turn goes to 'My Sorrow'.

"My Sorrow" with its sample from the movie Leon was one of my favorite tracks from their great album. A fine mix between EBM, futurepop and synthpop all come together in this track. Smart and suggestive lyrics which could be described as Titans trademark characteristics.

Part from "My Sorrow", there are two brand new tracks. First out is "When Dreams Kill" with a sound that is straight from 'For The Long Gone'. You can really hear it is a Titans track straight from the start. It has a really strong chorus and is quite similar in style as "For The Long Gone" (the song that is).

The third track on this EP is "Distrust Innocence" and this one also has some great and thought provoking lyrics. "If something can be pure, it can also be pure evil" is one of my favorite lines from this EP. It has a bit of a harder sound and beat and if you look for something similar, "It's Dark" is probably the closest one from 'For The Long Gone'.

Titans proves with the two new tracks that they can keep the standard set with their new songs on this EP. We all knew that "My Sorrow" is a freakishly great track, so for me, the two brand new ones where the most intriguing part of this release. This EP shows true promise for their second album. Worth to be picked up at a digital store near you.
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Titans - My Sorrow

The Swedish and American cooperation Titans are back with the second EP released from their debut album 'For The Long Gone' released soon a year ago. The first EP release was 'All There Is' and this time the turn goes to 'My Sorrow'.

"My Sorrow" with its sample from the movie Leon was one of my favorite tracks from their great album. A fine mix between EBM, futurepop and synthpop all come together in this track. Smart and suggestive lyrics which could be described as Titans trademark characteristics.

Part from "My Sorrow", there are two brand new tracks. First out is "When Dreams Kill" with a sound that is straight from 'For The Long Gone'. You can really hear it is a Titans track straight from the start. It has a really strong chorus and is quite similar in style as "For The Long Gone" (the song that is).

The third track on this EP is "Distrust Innocence" and this one also has some great and thought provoking lyrics. "If something can be pure, it can also be pure evil" is one of my favorite lines from this EP. It has a bit of a harder sound and beat and if you look for something similar, "It's Dark" is probably the closest one from 'For The Long Gone'.

Titans proves with the two new tracks that they can keep the standard set with their new songs on this EP. We all knew that "My Sorrow" is a freakishly great track, so for me, the two brand new ones where the most intriguing part of this release. This EP shows true promise for their second album. Worth to be picked up at a digital store near you. Jan 30 2013

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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