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Buzz Killed

by Opaq Face

As dark, beautiful, twisted and cerebral as always, OPAQ FACE takes the listener on a roller coaster ride through their electronic madness. Their most riveting album yet.
Genre: Electronic: Alternative Dance
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1. BuzzKilled
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2. Head Kase
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3. Carnivale Stomp
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4. TripEnd
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Album Notes
OPAQ FACE is Marlon Rhine (drums), Michael Sidner (bass), Jason Daniel Pruitt (guitars) and Jeremy Herskowitz (vocals & synths).

2002-2003: With common interests in music and the desire to create something unique, Jeremy Herskowitz and guitarist Rob Bishop formed OPAQ FACE. They recorded and produced the band’s debut CD, “Close Enough”, at B.P. Studio in Atlanta, Georgia.

2004-2005: “Close Enough” was mastered by Informatik’s Da5id Din at Corrosive Audio, San Francisco, CA. Following a June 2004 release, "Close Enough" met critical acclaim from independent press and more importantly fans of the genre.

2006: With a new sound and direction poised, members Michael Sidner, Austin Selberg, and Jason Daniel Pruitt join OPAQ FACE.

2007: OPAQ FACE performers in support of Informatik and The Cruxshadows as well as headlines shows across the southeastern US. The "Buzz Killed" EP is released.


“Close Enough”- 6/2004

"Buzz Killed" - 7/2007


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Craig Conley

The title track is genius
Astonishingly innovative, original, and fresh! The title track is especially masterful and has been on constant rotation since the first listen. Powerfully lush industrial noises give way to seductively pure synths 90-seconds into the track, making this a gorgeous amalgamation of experimental and dark electro. Though the title track is the true standout, the entire EP is well-worth exploring.