Toronto-based industrial act Carbon Martyr has just unleashed their debut full-length album, “A Soft Spot For The Broken”.
Carbon Martyr is the music project created by Jake Hamilton in 2020. Hamilton is the only official member but recruits a live band for stage performances. You can expect a combination of old school analogue with modern technology.
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About the debut album Jake says: “The underlying message revolves around mankind and technology. This manifests in a few different ways, from thoughts of a future where we become over-dependent on technology, to simpler ideas like social media addiction, information manipulation and group identity trends.”
“A Soft Spot For The Broken” is available now in digital format. You can stream it below.
Here’s the video for “Mind Of Man”.
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