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VA Circles of Hell – Scared Evil records – free download compilation

October 13th, 2009 Posted in Downloads, PsyNews

scared_evil_record-circles_of_hell German darkpsy collective Scared Evil Eecords serves up its second installment of a 9-album series of free net releases called “Circles of Hell”.  Sleeplessly industrious, these ten projects from all corners of the world come together to produce a deeper tour into the further depths of dark psychedelic trance. With a variety of styles and tempos encompassing the breadth of the subgenre, “Dis” is an underworld city populated by digital demons and ghosts in the machines. Connoiseurs of the harder, edgier side of the psy-trance spectrum can expect plenty of mind-tearing, foot-loosening, sense-crushing frequencies without a moment of disappointment, and every track is a product of its creators’ feverish, selfless desires to spread sinister sounds for the global comminuty to freely enjoy.

tracklist

01 | Motorbrain – Boom Voyage | 08:32 | 154 BPM
02 | Agressive Mood – Nice For Killing | 07:05 | 165 BPM
03 | Cyko – Volatile Nebula | 07:06 | 149 BPM
04 | Corrosive Brain – Pain Inside | 07:18 | 160 BPM
05 | Drakphaser – Micro Pointus | 07:59 | 156 BPM
06 | Mergel – Date To Death | 06:53 | 168 BPM
07 | Krono Psy Vs. Playtek – Kill The Motherfuckers | 06:25 | 175 BPM
08 | Terminologista – Secret Therapy | 07:20 | 180 BPM
09 | TMN – It´S Worth To Cry | 08:12 | 170 BPM 10 | Stitch Vs Ickis Vs Psy Horror Noise – Smells Of The Fear | 08:28 | 168 BPM

Motorbrain – Boom Voyage
Starting us off on the second spiral downwards is boom voyage by motorbrain. A no-nonsense intro launches us straight into chunky bassbeats, glassy effects and sputtering, steamy lead riffs. Intriguing atmospheres imported from alien worlds curtain the soundstage as the layers weave into a tighter tapestry of synapse-stretching psychedelia. Powered guitar riffs and evolving foreground stabs build drive and tension throughout the progression.
Agressive Mood – Nice For Killing
Diesel-powered bass chugs along to an uptempo drum section in this piece. Prepare yourself quickly for relentless inundations of flanged soundscapes and mind-tearing synth leads. It isn’t long before these sounds bloom into full force cacophany. Tempo-twisting breakdowns add intensity and freshness which unwind your mind and freshen up your feet. Changes in bass undercurrents alter the fluid tides of sound in new directions which tug you along to new points of sonic depravity.
Cyko – Volatile Nebula
This track opens up with sinister malevolence. Building up from dark minimalism and marching-band style percussion into elastic layers of mid-range riffs, this track contains the srots of sounds fit for dark inddor corners and outdoorsy goodness that contain sincere distance carrying potential. Subtle tempo work accelerates the pace of progression to the tune of excellent atmospheric placement. Definite mood changes imply feelings of movement and direction.
Corrosive Brain – Pain Inside
Glitch-tastic leads chirp and peck away in alien avian arrays of high-frequency depravity. This jungle of sound arrangement gives genuine feelings of otherworldly ecosystems and offer excellent balance of staccato sound bites, retro computer calculations, and mechanical machinations gone horribly awry. Altogether, these aounds amount to an ego autopsy during an earthquake, flaying your psyche open as your body quivers and vibrates on the dancefloor.
Drakphaser – Micro Pointus
Drakphaser’s newest creation follows. Immediately noticeable is a bass which swings left and right as much as it pushes forward. Masterful placement of vox modulations, trashy, distorted rhythms, and resonant squirts and squelches spell out highly psychedelic drive and progression. Every moment contains something to feast your neurons upon, with plenty of change-ups and rearrangements which keep you on your toes from start to finish.
Mergel – Date To Death
Brain-tickling liquid dribblings derive order from chaos. Steamrolling bassbeats quickly overwhelm the cerebrum and give your feet plenty to do in the meantime. Mergel’s use of breakbeat interludes certainly add unexpectedness at just the moment when the pattern progressions require. The highhats sound natural, and the effects and external sample usage are tasteful and appropriate. All in all a perfect blend of hair-raising tension and conflict between the familiar and the inimical.
Krono Psy Vs. Playtek – Kill The Motherfuckers
This horror house of a track features pulsating bass which chugs along. Its up-down motion coupled with side-sweeping synths and high hats give you all the inspiration your body needs to sweat its acids out into the dance theater. Intricate use of panorama and hinterground noises add spaciousness and dimension for the sinister foreground leads to fill. All of this adds up to a peaktime arrangement of dark psychedelia that grips you with sonic talons and refuses to let go.
Terminologista – Secret Therapy
This wall-of-sound style of trance is as subtle as a comic superhero with inverted ideals. Cyclical leads take you on a corkscrew ride around an ego-pummeling bassbeat with the drive of a monster trick and the energy of an atom smasher. Indeed, this ego-pummeling rollercoaster is a sure-fire crowd pleaser for those who perfer their trance hard, fast and dirty. Common thematic sounds are the glue that gives your mind a handhold as you are tigged through screaming synth chaos.
TMN – It’S Worth To Cry
This innovative intro provides an interesting dynamic contrast in a genre-breaking display of musical statement. Don’t be mislead, though. This track takes an unexpected and inevitable turn straight towards the heart of dark psychedelia. The atmosphere is outstanding and the tension builds up into a snapping point like a wet towel twisted into an ego whip. Leads cut and sever neural ties with the precision and care of a rusty scalpel, and the background pads piggy-back your brain.
Stitch Vs Ickis Vs Psy Horror Noise – Smells Of The Fear
Closing this circle is a three way collaborative amalgam. This finale contains all of the force and drive of its playlist predecessors. Dissonant synth strings, growling voice works and oscillating resonant frequencies paint a sonic picture of harsh alien amazon environs. This brutal clash of styles offers a variety of percussion, etherealism and menacing low frequency undercurrents to lose yourself in. Panoramic glitchwork and beat contortions are the icing on this psychedelic sundae.

Motorbrain – Boom Voyage

Starting us off on the second spiral downwards is boom voyage by motorbrain. A no-nonsense intro launches us straight into chunky bassbeats, glassy effects and sputtering, steamy lead riffs. Intriguing atmospheres imported from alien worlds curtain the soundstage as the layers weave into a tighter tapestry of synapse-stretching psychedelia. Powered guitar riffs and evolving foreground stabs build drive and tension throughout the progression.

Agressive Mood – Nice For Killing

Diesel-powered bass chugs along to an uptempo drum section in this piece. Prepare yourself quickly for relentless inundations of flanged soundscapes and mind-tearing synth leads. It isn’t long before these sounds bloom into full force cacophany. Tempo-twisting breakdowns add intensity and freshness which unwind your mind and freshen up your feet. Changes in bass undercurrents alter the fluid tides of sound in new directions which tug you along to new points of sonic depravity.

Cyko – Volatile Nebula

This track opens up with sinister malevolence. Building up from dark minimalism and marching-band style percussion into elastic layers of mid-range riffs, this track contains the srots of sounds fit for dark inddor corners and outdoorsy goodness that contain sincere distance carrying potential. Subtle tempo work accelerates the pace of progression to the tune of excellent atmospheric placement. Definite mood changes imply feelings of movement and direction.

Corrosive Brain – Pain Inside

Glitch-tastic leads chirp and peck away in alien avian arrays of high-frequency depravity. This jungle of sound arrangement gives genuine feelings of otherworldly ecosystems and offer excellent balance of staccato sound bites, retro computer calculations, and mechanical machinations gone horribly awry. Altogether, these aounds amount to an ego autopsy during an earthquake, flaying your psyche open as your body quivers and vibrates on the dancefloor.

Drakphaser – Micro Pointus

Drakphaser’s newest creation follows. Immediately noticeable is a bass which swings left and right as much as it pushes forward. Masterful placement of vox modulations, trashy, distorted rhythms, and resonant squirts and squelches spell out highly psychedelic drive and progression. Every moment contains something to feast your neurons upon, with plenty of change-ups and rearrangements which keep you on your toes from start to finish.

Mergel – Date To Death

Brain-tickling liquid dribblings derive order from chaos. Steamrolling bassbeats quickly overwhelm the cerebrum and give your feet plenty to do in the meantime. Mergel’s use of breakbeat interludes certainly add unexpectedness at just the moment when the pattern progressions require. The highhats sound natural, and the effects and external sample usage are tasteful and appropriate. All in all a perfect blend of hair-raising tension and conflict between the familiar and the inimical.

Krono Psy Vs. Playtek – Kill The Motherfuckers

This horror house of a track features pulsating bass which chugs along. Its up-down motion coupled with side-sweeping synths and high hats give you all the inspiration your body needs to sweat its acids out into the dance theater. Intricate use of panorama and hinterground noises add spaciousness and dimension for the sinister foreground leads to fill. All of this adds up to a peaktime arrangement of dark psychedelia that grips you with sonic talons and refuses to let go.

Terminologista – Secret Therapy

This wall-of-sound style of trance is as subtle as a comic superhero with inverted ideals. Cyclical leads take you on a corkscrew ride around an ego-pummeling bassbeat with the drive of a monster trick and the energy of an atom smasher. Indeed, this ego-pummeling rollercoaster is a sure-fire crowd pleaser for those who perfer their trance hard, fast and dirty. Common thematic sounds are the glue that gives your mind a handhold as you are tigged through screaming synth chaos.

TMN – It’S Worth To Cry

This innovative intro provides an interesting dynamic contrast in a genre-breaking display of musical statement. Don’t be mislead, though. This track takes an unexpected and inevitable turn straight towards the heart of dark psychedelia. The atmosphere is outstanding and the tension builds up into a snapping point like a wet towel twisted into an ego whip. Leads cut and sever neural ties with the precision and care of a rusty scalpel, and the background pads piggy-back your brain.

Stitch Vs Ickis Vs Psy Horror Noise – Smells Of The Fear

Closing this circle is a three way collaborative amalgam. This finale contains all of the force and drive of its playlist predecessors. Dissonant synth strings, growling voice works and oscillating resonant frequencies paint a sonic picture of harsh alien amazon environs. This brutal clash of styles offers a variety of percussion, etherealism and menacing low frequency undercurrents to lose yourself in. Panoramic glitchwork and beat contortions are the icing on this psychedelic sundae.

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  1. wastage Says:

    thanks for supporting SER .. 😉