New Perturbator Single

2021-03-04 by Herbie Chrost | 15 Comments
French synthwave musician James Kent, AKA Perturbator, has released a new song titled "Death of the Soul" from the upcoming album Lustful Sacraments. Of the album, Kent says it's "about bad habits, dissatisfaction and addiction. An overall look at how we, as a species, lean towards self-destruction." The album will be out May 28 on CD/Digital and June 25 on vinyl through Blood Music.


Stream "Death of the Soul" below:




Lustful Sacraments tracklist:

1. Reaching Xanadu
2. Lustful Sacraments
3. Excess
4. Secret Devotion (ft. True Body)
5. Death of the Soul
6. The Other Place
7. Dethroned Under a Funeral Haze
8. Messalina, Messalina
9. God Says (ft. Hangman's Chair)

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TVC15
March 4th 2021
10821 Comments


HYPE

Digging: Deformity - Murder Within Sin

Panzerchrist
March 4th 2021
536 Comments


Interesting

NonApplicable
March 5th 2021
2861 Comments


Rules as usual

GrandpaFred
March 5th 2021
45 Comments


fucking sweet

SmallMess
March 5th 2021
58 Comments


I love how ominous Perturbator can sound sometimes, it's what he does best. It looks from the tracklist he's going all-in with the occult theme. Can't wait for the new album.

zuzek
March 5th 2021
843 Comments


Solid track. Excited for the next album. Let's see if dude keeps up being the absolute king of this space.

BallsToTheWall
March 5th 2021
50351 Comments


Sounds like Combichrist minus the vocals.

Digging: Midnight Odyssey - Biolume Part 2 - The Golden Orb

MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
March 5th 2021
12654 Comments


Pretty solid, got a nice dancey vibe. I hope he keeps things dark like his last LP, I enjoyed the atmosphere.

BallsToTheWall
March 6th 2021
50351 Comments


Overrated band.

Emim
March 6th 2021
30074 Comments


It's alright, but didn't really have a good hook to pull you in. Would have worked better as a soundtrack.

Digging: Ignite - Our Darkest Days

Brabiz
March 6th 2021
1343 Comments


So sick of this genre at this point. Good god.

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MarsKid
Contributing Reviewer
March 6th 2021
12654 Comments


Well he was looking like he was transitioning from it, which I thought would be very exciting. Hoping this isn't what the entire album will be. His synthwave albums were great, but I am definitely weary of the movement and how stale it quickly became.

BallsToTheWall
March 6th 2021
50351 Comments


Meh!

Harlz
March 7th 2021
33 Comments


Not bad, definitely a step down from the quality of New Model - like a noticeably inferior version of that E.P's opening track. Hopefully he adds a few new influences for this album, because the style is getting quite stale.

Flugmorph
March 10th 2021
23831 Comments


perturbator going techno huh
im into it



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