April 12, 2024

Kilmarth offers experimental glitch single ‘Vergessen’ with jazz-infused B-Side ‘ToExposeTheTruth’ – Out now


Kilmarth offers experimental glitch single 'Vergessen' with jazz-infused B-Side 'ToExposeTheTruth' - Out now

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Kilmarth, the avant-garde musical project of Cedric Wattergniaux, has announced the release of a new single, “Vergessen”. This experimental glitch track features the vocals of Jack Kolajka. The single’s main track is backed by “ToExposeTheTruth”, a jazz-infused composition.

Cedric says that the inspiration behind “Vergessen” stems from “my personal journey through the challenging battle against Parkinson’s disease, which claimed the life of my beloved father in April of last year.” Cédric Wattergniaux used to write for Side-Line and is known to the rest of our team as a passionate music lover with an eclectic choice. Throughout the years he started composing music on his own and this way he set up Kilmarth. A first self-released single “The End of Humanity” came out in 2017, and since then the IDM / electronica project has gradualy matured with a full EP, “Catharsis”, following in 2018.

Note that Kilmarth is extending a special 50% discount on the entire discography on Bandcamp, accessible using the code “vergessen”.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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