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The Black Queen - Infinite Games flac album

The Black Queen - Infinite Games flac album Performer: The Black Queen
Title: Infinite Games
MP3 album: 1317 mb
FLAC album: 1400 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: AIFF FLAC MOD MPC MP2 WAV VOX
Genre: Other

Infinite Games is another fine example of the Black Queen's unwavering work ethic when it comes to crafting enticing, detailed, and layered pop music. The album never ends up as something that pays homage to a sound with nostalgic precision, but rather professes its love for innovation by taking it to new heights.

Infinite Games by The Black Queen, released 28 September 2018 1. Even Still I Want To 2. Thrown Into The Dark 3. No Accusations 4. Your Move 5. Lies About You 6. Impossible Condition 7. Spatial Boundaries 8. 100 To Zero 9. Porcelain Veins 10. One Edge Of Two This is our new album. It is a time capsule. Locked inside are people, ideas, times, places, and memories.

Infinite Games is an album of intent, one which states that Puciato is anything but "done" with his career as a musician. Furthermore, it's a reassuring glance at the fact that The Black Queen are now more than just a mere side-project. The Dillinger Escape Plan didn't have to split up for this to happen, nor did Puciato have much thinking to do: Indeed, Infinite Games has been a work in progress, active for longer than you'd expect. And on this album, it definitely shows.

The Black Queen is an American electronic supergroup, formed in Los Angeles, California, in 2015. It was founded by lead singer Greg Puciato (of The Dillinger Escape Plan), keyboardist and guitarist Joshua Eustis (of Telefon Tel Aviv and ex-Nine Inch Nails) and keyboardist and guitarist Steven Alexander (former tech for The Dillinger Escape Plan and Nine Inch Nails).

Album · 2018 · 10 Songs. Infinite Games The Black Queen. More By The Black Queen.

This fresh concoction assembled by Killer Be Killed and Dillinger Escape Plan singer Greg Puciato sees the heavy metal lightning rod dipped in emo tears while floating alongside ‘80s-style synth overloads. Gently throbbing, iridescent notes smartly offer a fresh yet nostalgic take on new wave, but a shortage of indelible moments critically hampers these heartbroken missives. Black Queen’s ephemerality cuts both ways––while their ungraspable nature proves infinitely beguiling, our intrigue falters amid a lack of arrangements to which the listener can easily relate.

A counter to The Black Queen Infinite Games. World release date: Sept. 28, 2018 US release date: Sept.