Asylum XIII | Surrendered Tears

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Surrendered Tears

by Asylum XIII

Heavily rooted in post-punk goth, with a good blend of keyboard tones and guitar riffs transcending into it's own distinct sound.
Genre: Rock: Goth
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1. Not Remain Asylum Xiii
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2. Unsane Asylum Xiii
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3. Within These Walls Asylum Xiii
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4. Lament Asylum Xiii
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5. Widow's Defeat Asylum Xiii
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6. Vanity Asylum Xiii
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7. Excommunication Asylum Xiii
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8. New Skin Asylum Xiii
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9. Before the Fall Asylum Xiii
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10. So Tired Asylum Xiii
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Asylum XIII's sound is very heavily rooted in post punk/goth. Heavily inspired by the deathrock bands of previous, the sound is guitar driven but with a heavy synth sound, transcending into it's own distinct sound with no desire of hiding the influences. "The classic 'dark'...it's perfect somnambulism surreal sound.". "Guitar sounds straight out of the era of goth’s inception ruled the night—infusing even new, previously unreleased songs with tones of familiarity that kept the 80s gothic vein well-tapped and flowing.".


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