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      Clan Of Xymox
      "Darkest Hour"

      Label: Trisol Music (2011)
      How would the classic darkwave from the 80s sound today? Which path would the cult acts of the legendary 4AD label take with the possibilities of our modern world? As an answer to these questions, Clan Of Xymox deliver their foreboding thirteenth studio album "Darkest Hour" – an enthralling journey through the past, present and future of gloomy Goth/Darkwave sounds.
      After enthusing the scene in the summer of 2009 with their quite goth rock-oriented "In Love We Trust", Clan Of Xymox return with an album that is surprisingly electronic. Without omitting the foggy guitars painting their characteristically melancholic aura into the songs, the framework of "Darkest Hour" consists of an elaborate composition of enigmatic electro sounds and mesmerizing darkwave nostalgia – a combination effortlessly melting together contemporary sounds with the aura that made the self-titled Xymox debut an instant classic in 1985.
      Ronny Moorings' passion for huge, sensual melodies, mystical sound experiments and seductive dance rhythms is as unbroken as it ever was. Melancholy, energy and determination rule "Darkest Hour", a record whose tracks "My Reality" or the hypnotic club hit "Delete" will work on any dancefloor, but that also delivers gripping entertainment and world-class goth hymns with "Dream of Fools" and the breathtaking "Wake Up My Darling".

    dkk 120/eur 16

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