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"Expanding Senses" - the heavy follow up to "Insanity" - offers a lot in terms of song variation. You have the faster tracks full of chops, and then you have mid-paced songs with a lot of guitar crunch (a new aspect of Darkane). And of course, we can't forget the tracks that mix both and move from brutal to melodic, and back again, while incorporating that atmospheric cyber feel along the way. "Expanding Senses" is slightly less progressive and chaotic and is actually more straightforward. That's okay though, because Darkane did set out to do this, and they kept their songs more focused, but not too simple. Andreas Sydow shows a vocal style more in the vein of Slayer's Araya, which suits the songs perfectly. Two videos of the standout tracks "Innocence Gone" and "Chaos vs Order" were produced, which gave Darkane yet another boost. Those two songs are still played at most live shows. Supporting "Expanding Senses", Darkane did their first bigger tours with, for example, Testament, Behemoth, Death Angel, Marduk and they also appeared at some festivals such as Sweden Rock Festival and Wacken Open Air (Germany). They also paid their first visits to Japan and Israel.
"Expanding Senses" - the heavy follow up to "Insanity" - offers a lot in terms of song variation. You have the faster tracks full of chops, and then you have mid-paced songs with a lot of guitar crunch (a new aspect of Darkane). And of course, we can't forget the tracks that mix both and move from brutal to melodic, and back again, while incorporating that atmospheric cyber feel along the way. "Expanding Senses" is slightly less progressive and chaotic and is actually more straightforward. That's okay though, because Darkane did set out to do this, and they kept their songs more focused, but not too simple. Andreas Sydow shows a vocal style more in the vein of Slayer's Araya, which suits the songs perfectly. Two videos of the standout tracks "Innocence Gone" and "Chaos vs Order" were produced, which gave Darkane yet another boost. Those two songs are still played at most live shows. Supporting "Expanding Senses", Darkane did their first bigger tours with, for example, Testament, Behemoth, Death Angel, Marduk and they also appeared at some festivals such as Sweden Rock Festival and Wacken Open Air (Germany). They also paid their first visits to Japan and Israel.
4028466922892

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Format: Vinyl
Label: MASSACRE
Rel. Date: 09/30/2022
UPC: 4028466922892

Expanding Senses
Artist: Darkane
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $25.98
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DISC: 1

1. Innocence Gone
2. Solitary Confinement
3. Fatal Impact
4. Imaginary Entity
5. Violence from Within
6. The Fear of One's Self
7. Chaos vs Order
8. Parasites of the Unexplained
9. Submission
10. Growing Hate

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"Expanding Senses" - the heavy follow up to "Insanity" - offers a lot in terms of song variation. You have the faster tracks full of chops, and then you have mid-paced songs with a lot of guitar crunch (a new aspect of Darkane). And of course, we can't forget the tracks that mix both and move from brutal to melodic, and back again, while incorporating that atmospheric cyber feel along the way. "Expanding Senses" is slightly less progressive and chaotic and is actually more straightforward. That's okay though, because Darkane did set out to do this, and they kept their songs more focused, but not too simple. Andreas Sydow shows a vocal style more in the vein of Slayer's Araya, which suits the songs perfectly. Two videos of the standout tracks "Innocence Gone" and "Chaos vs Order" were produced, which gave Darkane yet another boost. Those two songs are still played at most live shows. Supporting "Expanding Senses", Darkane did their first bigger tours with, for example, Testament, Behemoth, Death Angel, Marduk and they also appeared at some festivals such as Sweden Rock Festival and Wacken Open Air (Germany). They also paid their first visits to Japan and Israel.
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