July 9, 2024

German dark electro duo Darkness On Demand releases all new AI generated video, ‘Reactor 4’, ahead of album ‘Digital Outcast’ out this Friday

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A few days before the official release of their all new album “Digital Outcast” (available as download on Bandcamp and on CD), German duo Darkness On Demand releases a video for the album track “Reactor 4”. The video uses AI technology to bring back to live a story about a nuclear incident resonating in the lyrics: “I feel like an atomic booster, I feel like a toasted rooster, Don´t wanna stand in fallout rain, Gamma rays inside my brain.”

Here’s the video.

The single follows the duo’s last singles “Hang On” and “Female Grace” and the exclusive EP “Final Way” and is a new teaser for the all new album from the ex-Dance Or Die members. The album will be out this Friday digitally and on CD via the Belgian label Alfa Matrix records.

Darkness On Demand has been active since 2017 and offer a sound where they merge moody melodic electronics with dark vocals and upbeat frontal EBM industrial. “Digital Outcast” will be a what the label describes as “a major call for freedom of art & expression, heavily criticizing autocratic regimes, mass-media manipulations, freedom restrictions and all other excesses of our society reminding us how prophetic dystopian social science fiction novels like “Brave New World” or “1984” were…”

Below are the previous videos.

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