A Taste of Midnight

by Replicant

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Niton Decay
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Niton Decay A modern take on 80's aesthetics. Dark, monotonous...lovely.
dondonat
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dondonat There are few album descriptions, that work as perfetly for it's content as for this: "a portrait of our modern dystopia". Yes, yes yes! That's what this is. Dark, slow, unpleasent, even grim are the adjectives I would use to describe this album. But at the same time it's also understanding, empathic as well as melodic.
And eventhogh this album is a whole lot older than the current protests in the US, it describes it perfect: 10 of 10 would fight this dystopia again!
jacensolodjo
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jacensolodjo A shame these songs remain relevant. While I do have Reckoning and Resistance already I do like having them in one album as it flows better. I can't pick a favorite song but right now Widowers hits me right there. Favorite track: Widowers.
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miischa soon to be a classic!
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    "A Taste of Midnight" is a portrait of our modern dystopia, and a scathing commentary of our current ill-equipped administration comprised of two parts - "The Reckoning" and "The Resistance" (Sides A & B, respectively).

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Wake 04:31
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Plagued 04:33
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Devolve 00:51
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Widowers 03:39
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Fractured 05:30
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Allied 04:25

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"A Taste of Midnight" is a portrait of our modern dystopia, and a scathing commentary of our current ill-equipped administration comprised of two parts - "The Reckoning" and "The Resistance" (Sides A & B, respectively).

Pre-orders ship early May.

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released May 10, 2019

Garrett Vernon | Vocals, Guitars, Synth
Justin DeLay | Synth, Drum Machines, Production
Jordan DeLay | Bass

Written, Recorded, and Produced by Replicant
Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Adam Stilson at Decade Music Studios
Photography by Nick Zebelian
Pressed by Archer Record Pressing Co in Detroit, MI

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Replicant Chicago, Illinois

THE SOUNDTRACK TO OUR MODERN DYSTOPIA.

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