Out today is the all new album by the Hungarian electronic industrial artist István Gazdag aka First Aid 4 Souls.
The new album, “I Am The Night“, offers a darker side of the project and again sees Gazdag collaborating with the US-based singer Mortum (Human Vault) after the album “Keep This World Empty” released in 2019.
Istvan Gazdag again had a special way of working on this album, he namely selected one painting per song to draw inspiration from. The original painting he used for this recording process includes work from Thomas Cole, H. R. Giger, Gustave Dore, Zdzisław Beksiński, Mónika Préger, Odd Nerdrum, Pierre Fritel, Jenő Barcsay, Mihály Zichy, Christine Cobden, Jacques-Louis David, Hermann Hendrich and Maja Sokolowska.
The album is out on CD and as a download. Note that the download version holds 3 bonus tracks. You can check out the full album below which is available now via Bandcamp and via the Alfa Matrix webstore (for the CD).
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