We rarely feature industrial or electro rock tracks, as most of them tend to lean too heavily towards rock or are dominated by harsh guitar sounds. However, 'Bitmask' by US artist 'The Static Architect' is an industrial/electro eock song that delivers a solid punch with its synth keys. It exhibits a great deal of dynamism and incorporates diverse sections, making it more than just a barrage of loud noise. Comparisons to 'Nine Inch Nails' or even 'Gary Numan' are certainly appropriate.
By the way, this track serves as the first release from the album 'RESET. FORGET'. I hope that it will include some less aggressive songs as well. However, if you have a preference for intense industrial/electro rock sounds, then you should appreciate this song and keep an eye out for the album 'RESET. FORGET'.
Listen to 'The Static Architect – Bitmask' on Bandcamp
The Static Architect about 'Bitmask'
Written by emerging Southern California artist and glitch aesthetic connoisseur Nick McLaren (The Static Architect) with additional production by Ade Fenton (known for his work producing Gary Numan's modern albums), Bitmask is an energetic song that's a bit more guitar heavy than the other songs on the album, and also has perhaps the most positive/uplifting message of any song I've written to date, while still remaining appropriately dark and gritty. It was originally written for my daughter to lift her spirits, but ended up becoming so good that it HAD to be included on the 2nd full album entitled "RESET. FORGET"
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