Our new album, NuclearStrike, descends from Cosmic Bolide and Transient & Eerie’s global legacy of mixing digital, analog, acoustic and vocal sources with precision.
Supported by a strong Polivoks presence, and heavy fire support from a Soma Lyra 8, we deliver a NuclearStrike album of integrated music, from French slam Incommensuétude to a grand finale French song Pour la Libération de Constantinople, with a garden of vocal performance in between.
A perfect listen for cosy evenings at home under the light of long sunsets and autumn leaves.
Fan reviews for “Pour la Libération de Constantinople”, last song of the album:
Deep and dark electronica
Sounds like it’s gonna be used in a seance
Haunting, ominous, beautiful. Fills me with intrigue
More fan reviews for “Pour la Libération de Constantinople” (not released as single, you have to fetch the whole album ;-)
Slow and serene electronic instrumentals sweep through this track on gentle waves of sound. Combined with this are hushed vocals declaimed very slowly in extremely low pitched and gravelly tones
An ominous drone slowly builds and is then accompanied by an ethereal moody score
Whispered breathy ambient vocals also build into a spoken word styled prayer or incantation in a foreign language
I'm getting chills while listening to the song. The production did a good job if their vision for this song is to scare a lot of people. Because you will literally be scared upon hearing this song