Black Tarot by Voodoo Bible

Voodoo Bible gives us a first glimpse at their upcoming new album, Black Tarot. The next page presents some of the music included in this album that is planned for later this year.

As one of the groups that likes to explore the many facets in Electronic music, Voodoo Bible has presented a myriad of perspectives in their music that have captivated their listeners. This groundwork was laid out with their prior album, Seven Deadly Sins, and carries on with this new album. Black Tarot has shown what Voodoo Bible has in potential and shapes it into a dystopian Electro-Industrial image for their fans. It is this direction that has given their music a representation of a darkening in the realm of madness that is shown in melody rather than being bound by the visual medium. This insanity in music they have created gives a feel that few bands could match and few artists would consider to voyage into. It is this lack of fear of the unknown in their psyche that presents a style that has been the therapy that leaves the listener wanting another session with the music.

Some say that the loss of reality is bad, yet sometimes it is losing this foothold that can grant direction and expression that is not only unknown, but more expressive than the norm.

Genre(s): Electro-Industrial, Gothic Punk, Experimental
Originality: 10/10
Recommendation: 9/10

The Following is based on the Genre Listed Above:
Club: 7/10
Radio (United States): 7/10
Radio (Germany): 9/10
Radio (Russia): 8/10

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