Invisible Asps | Songs From The Pandemic

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Songs From The Pandemic

by Invisible Asps

Ambient-Ethno Industrial Electronica with hints of Dead Can Dance, Nitzer Ebb and Nine Inch Nails
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Pandemic
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2. A is for Asps
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3. Ishnah
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4. Mancun
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5. You Fell
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6. Darken My Door
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7. Krakow
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8. Waiting to Disappear
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Album Notes
Invisible Asps was conceived in Denver, Colorado as a vehicle for exploring Aron Beatty's resoundingly dark interest in bringing about a marriage of sorts of alternative/industrial rock and Eastern influenced music. Comparisons to other artists include: David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Delerium, and Dead Can Dance. The product of this musical bastardization has been inclusion on several compilations, collaborations with other artists, and a dizzying array of remixes for other bands including Tristraum, Fiction 8, and Delerium. While doing post-production audio for video Aron honed his audio engineering skills at Zimage Sound Production the desire to strive to create the kind of music he wanted to hear was born: Dark and cinematic music that whispers its confessions to you while you are nodding your head to pounding beats or swaying to the electronic tribal rhythms crafted by Invisible Asps.

Band History:
Invisible Asps is a project that encompasses views and observations of this wild and wondrous world that we live in and mirrors them back in cohesive chunks. IA was started over 10 years ago and has gone through many different styles of music during that time from dark, jangly pop to industrial debauchery to soothing ambient electronica. IA has sprung forth and cohabitated with Aron's involvement with two other well received projects: as a bass player for Rousseau's Brush, a gothic pop band, a la The Cure; and as one half of Seven Time Lie, an ambient duo.


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Keith Elcombe -

Very well crafted, and very musical.
Very well crafted, and very musical. The music is very electronic, but wonderfully crafted, very well layered, and well blended with various styles, including chugging electric guitars, sounds of the far east, pounding beats, and distorted vocals. There’s a lot on offer here.
Male vocals lead the music, and I can’t help but feel that these come across as a very young sounding Marc Almond. Some of the music could be linked to an early James Ray’s Gangwar (especially on ‘Darken my door’).
Each track is different, and while not initially easy to get into, after a couple of listens, you’ll be humming along with them in no time.
‘Waiting to disappear’, is a mystical haunting number, but not wishy washy – this track makes advantage of the solid construction of the layers of music to create a wash of sound, that rolls over you like waves on a beach. Superb indeed.

Kristofer Upjohn

Eclectic. Now there's a word to stick to Invisible Asps and their deliriously strange but understated "Songs from the Pandemic." Heavy on the ethno elements, the music of Invisible Asps is a place where so many bits and pieces coalesce that it's surprising that the end result is so organic and seamless. The listener will find himself running the gamut from soft but dark beat and synth driven music calling to mind the early work of Trent Reznor to experimental acid jazz to crunching industrial guitars (but not really of the metal variety). A wide span of styles, wrapped around an industrial center, fuse in subtle ways to create an intelligent and challenging listen for the music fan with ... with eclectic tastes.