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Terror 404 - Perturbator - Terror 404 (Cassette, Album)

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  1. A former black metal guitarist who switched to dark synthwave, James Kent aka Perturbator got his genre-free attitude toward music from his parents, one of them being rock critic Nick Kent. He was given a Pantera album at the age of three, and a guit.
  2. Perturbator discography and songs: Music profile for Perturbator. Genres: Synthwave, Darksynth, Electro-Industrial. Albums include Dangerous Days, The Uncanny Valley, and .
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on TERROR and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. May 01,  · Pertubator's first album is a blast and feels straight out of the 80's. He has a true talent for creating the perfect atmosphere and uses the synthesizer better than John Carpenter himself. This guy should be writing musical scores for movies/5(16).
  5. "TERROR " CD in 6-panel digipack, limited to copies worldwide. Remastered for CD, with brand new artwork by Ariel Zucker-Brull. Release date is May 19th, Includes unlimited streaming of TERROR via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
  6. May 01,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Terror by Perturbator Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  7. Perturbator released his fourth full-length album The Uncanny Valley on 6 May through Blood Music on a range of formats including Digibook CD, vinyl, and cassette tape. The album was met with generally positive reviews, with MetalSucks and Bloody Disgusting both writing in praise of it.
  8. A plea from the not infact dead Gahan-bot ('Last Kiss') is in vain as Perturbator "does what has to be done" and faces down ZX Satan in a cataclysmic Pyrrhic victory in the 12 minute finale and title track. By the end, much like manga classic Akira, millions may be dead, but the day is won.
  9. Jan 09,  · Pertubator's first album is a blast and feels straight out of the 80's. He has a true talent for creating the perfect atmosphere and uses the synthesizer better than John Carpenter himself. This guy should be writing musical scores for movies/5(16).

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