Elezoria was started by Dmitry Nordman in 2008. After several releases over the past few years, including the very well received debut album “Astray”, the band has mastered its own kind of dark music by blending darkwave and synth-goth influences with elements of synthpop and EBM. Coupled with somber lyrics and Dmitry’s deep gloomy vocals, you get a a dark melancholic project that will appeal to fans of bands like Diary Of Dreams, Diorama and the like.
In addition to the title track, the single features an instrumental version and a dance remix by Expiring Time, as well as a special version of “Ceiling And Walls” from the band’s debut album.
Check the tracklist below (you can also download the release right here):
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