Dominic H. Francisco | Russian Horrors

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Russian Horrors

by Dominic H. Francisco

Russian Horrors is Dominic H. Francisco's debut album, combining industrial sounds with electronic rock to create an amazing sound.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Fatality
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3:56 album only
2. Halten von Händen
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3:06 album only
3. Communistic Socialism
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8:30 album only
4. Inwazja
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3:19 album only
5. Thirty Million
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6. Soviet
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1:59 album only
7. Mother Russia
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8. Moscow Auto Shop
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9. March
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10. Walls
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Album Notes
Russian Horrors combines distinctive styles of hardcore music to deliver a unique style. A concept album about the politics of World War II-era Soviet Russia, the album is an experimental mix of hard electronic and space rock. Russian Horrors is about the idea of something seemingly ideal, yet in reality is arguably worse than any alternative. The piece's indulgent sound opens space for the listener's mind to take a trip into an alternate realm, that of Russian Horrors. The project took three months to conceptualize and mix, starting in October, 2011 and finally being finished in December, 2011. This is Dominic H. Francisco's first major release, coming after five independent albums.


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Pretty good stuff
It's so loud and fuzzy, but it's got a good direction. I like it.

James McGriff

Iowa City Music Review
Well, Russian Horrors proves it. Dominic H. Francisco has taken his music to the next level. Making all his other works look mediocre at best in comparison, Russian Horrors is a complete masterpiece. It combines the hard industrial electronic genre with a space rock-like, ethereal feel. Russian Horrors is completely groundbreaking. I have never heard anything quite like it before. Unlike his other albums, Russian Horrors feels very complete and played out; it sounds a lot like if Nine Inch Nails and Russian Circles had a baby at a Mastodon concert. This album completely blows my mind. It grabs my emotions by the throat and takes me on a ride through the ruins of Stalingrad. This is literally one of the best albums I've ever heard, indie or professional. This is a must-buy. Russian Horrors should garner Dominic H. Francisco the musical popularity and respect he deserves.