Track 51 on our free download compilation “Face The Beat: Session 3” is an exclusive cut by Reactor7x. Their track “When We Fall” became an instant fan favourite with the dark electro listeners resulting in a large number of individual downloads and shares on social media.
You can listen to the track below:
Reactor7x is a dark electro-industrial band from Poland, which came to life in 2007. The final squad formed in 2011 and till today it consists of Ad-x (synths, programming, production), Lunatic (management, synths, programming, production), LaLuneNoire (female vocal and lead vocal) and Arek-Blackjack O’Hare.
The band brings a combination of dark synths with harsh vocals and musical additions of female vocals. After self-releasing their demo LP “Disorder” in 2010, they have focused on creating completely new tracks, to accommodate the two voices. Parallel to that, they have worked intensively with other musicans. So far they have made remixes for :Wumpscut:, Die Braut, Acylum, Shiv-r, Cynical Existence, Project Rotten, Third Realm and they participated on several compilations including “Endzeit Bunkertracks 7”.
Last year they released the EP “Sick of it All”, which is a teaser of what to expect on their upcoming full-length album “Illusion of Chaos”, to be released later on this year. Interesting detail, the new material will be mastered by Arkadiusz Malczewski (sound engineer of the famous Polish metal band Behemoth).
You can listen to the single “Sick of it All” below.
They also released the standalone track “Other Side (RSM Remix)” showcasing their metal influences combined with hard beats.
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