Studio-X vs. Simon Carter return with their second album “Ad Astra Volantis”, which got preceded by their recently released “Dance With Me ‘Dance With The Devil'” download EP. You can expect a harsher and darker EBM/industrial album than its predecessor. Simon Carter and Lawrie Masson also invited female vocalist Trix to sing on a few songs including opening dance pop song “Lonely”.
The album is out as a regular CD (get it here) counting 16 tracks and as an extended download album (download it here) counting 34 tracks including 5 exclusive unreleased bonus tracks augmented with some 13 additional alternative versions and remixes by artists like C-Lekktor, Aesthetische, Venal Flesh, Pre:Emptive strike 0.1, Binary Division and many more.
You can preview 3 tracks below:
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