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Digital Dementia
FROM
Albuquerque, NM
MUSICAL GENRE
Digital/Electronic
LABEL
Immortal Continuum

This band was added to our database on June 25, 2003, and the band's information was last updated 10 years ago. Sindrone is responsible for keeping this band's information up to date. This page has been viewed 20895 time(s).
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8 vote(s).
"Afternow (Bitwise Evolution Mix)"
Features extremely heavy bass, I hope you have an above avarage stereo system! Inspired by the increasing sense of power and strength that large quantities of computers, networking, and information/data give a person of flesh and blood. Dependency on technology, feeling helpess without it, and embracing that feeling. Belief and acknowledgement that our bodies are weak and feeble. How integrated we are as people with technology in life will remain after death. Not fear of technology and death, but looking forward to the afterlife as a part of "the machine".

credits: Sean Kennedy of Rant Radio for the Inspiration.
Efesar of Fear Studios for his the mentorship.
Psychodermic Injection
c. 2005 5m 43s 5.4MB 160Kbps

7 vote(s).
"Down into Darkness"
Steady industrial rhythm ripe with delay stutters, pitch bends, growling synth, and a demonic melody. Perfect for any sacraficial gathering or demonic worship session. Featuring rutialistic samples from one of the coolest old pieces of vinyl I have ever heard.

credits: Sindrone : Rhythm, Synth, Samples, & Composition
Burn in December : Tripped Out Guitar & Creepy Melody
Samples : Chandu the Magician Show & Shadow of Doubt Film

Special Thanks : Gleecraftgirl for finding the Chandu record among stacks of obscure vinyl, and sharing.
Psychodermic Injection
c. 2005 4m 26s 5.1MB 160Kbps

6 vote(s).
"Ethereal Fracture"
Mysterious and creepy melody with minimal percussion. Written after I had been living almost completely nocturnally for months, this track represents the contemplations of person who has failed misserably, and is planning their rebirth. Simple, yet emotional, the synth lines are reminiscent of a haunted house, only much more depressing than scary.

credits: Sindrone: Rhythm, Synth, Percussion, Samples, & Composition
Samples: Laughter by Brandon Lee from The Crow Film
Psychodermic Injection
c. 2005 4m 2s 4.6MB 160Kbps

5 vote(s).
"Organic Decay"
Acoustic sounding drums develop into crunchier beats, while growling synths open up with deep bass and vocal samples. The more upbeat structure of this track helps conseal a more sinister underlying theme of premeditated crime. The mood of this song is built around coming to the realization that making it look like a suicide is probably the safest plan when commiting a murder.

credits: Sindrone: Rhythm, Synth, Percussion, Samples, & Composition
Samples : Planning a Murder from Shadow of Doubt Film
Psychodermic Injection
c. 2005 4m 49s 4.4MB 160Kbps

2 vote(s).
"Impact Fetish"
Slow progressing ambient instrumental with a ghostly synth melody which carries on throughout the song. The beat a symphony of manufactured sounding beats and screech tech sounds that bump along. Features some simple beat breakdowns at the end. This is a very simple track that serves as a sort of audio palette cleanser.

credits: Sindrone: Percussion, Synth, & Composition
Psychodermic Injection
c. 2005 3m 37s 3.0MB 160Kbps

4 vote(s).
"Shock Core"
An intense mood is created when a filtered synth rises and falls as the beat kicks in to compliment Percussion develops as the synth morphs in the background into an ultimately more agressive one. Then the elements evolve and break-down in a few different ways. This song has a more anthem like sound and is not the usual low frequency dirge sound that my music is known for.

credits: Sindrone: Percussion, Synth, & Composition
Samples: Escape from New York Film
Psychodermic Injection
c. 2005 4m 5s 4.7MB 160Kbps

2 vote(s).
"Denihilation"
Slow sultry relaxing melody takes you through a series of emotions. The backround features A slow simple drum thumps along like the beat of a human heart. Samples ponder how severe violence and war could possibly be considered more acceptable than being open sexually in a society.

credits: Sindrone: Rhythm, Synth, Samples, & Composition
Samples: Pondering Sexuality from Larry Flint Film
Psychodermic Injection
c. 2005 5m 49s 5.5MB 160Kbps

1 vote(s).
"Afternow (Bitwise Evolution Mix) [burque luv five right]"
[burque luv five right]

credits: Sean Kennedy of Rant Radio for the Inspiration.
Efesar of Fear Studios for his the mentorship.
burque luv volume five [right]
c. 2005 5m 41s 5.9MB 176Kbps

2 vote(s).
"Raine Vivian - Weightlessness (Zero Gravity Remix by Digital Dementia)"
Remix of Weightlessness by Raine Vivian

credits:band: Raine Vivian
Remixes
c. 2006 5m 22s 4.9MB 128Kbps

1 vote(s).
"Enigmatik - They (Everything Fades Remix by Digital Dementia)"
Remix of They by Enigmatik

credits:band: Enigmatik
Remixes
c. 2006 4m 9s 3.8MB 128Kbps

1 vote(s).
"Enigmatik - Come Down (Lucid Dream Remix by Digital Dementia)"
Remix of Come Down by Enigmatik

credits:band: Enigmatik
Remixes
c. 2006 4m 41s 3.4MB 128Kbps
No votes.
"SynthaSoldier - Bring on the Apocalypse (System Overload Remix by Digital Dementia)"
Remix of Bring on the Apocalypse by SyntaSoldier

credits:band: SynthaSoldier
Remixes
c. 2006 4m 6s 3.8MB 128Kbps

2 vote(s).
"Nanocrack - Dying Regime (Instrumental Remix by Digital Dementia)"
Remix of Nanocrack's "Dying Regime" off their "Ambient Terror" album.

It begins with a soft acoustic guitar (played by Angaym) and transforms into a floor stomping electro soundscape. A progression from minimal to overload and from melodic to demonic. This track came together quickly in the studio. As a result, i'm planning to work more with live guitarists in the future.

credits: Check out Nanocrack's original version of this track at the link below.

song: Dying Regime
Remixes
c. 2007 5m 33s 6.3MB 192Kbps
No votes.
"Synapse"
Hypnotic noise intro with slow reverse explosions and a fat glitchy pixelated synth meet a whirlwind of noise and a low rolling drum beat.

credits:
Dark Nexus
c. 2007 3m 54s 4.0MB 192Kbps
No votes.
"Frozen"
Begins with a tight searing synth which carries a feeling of despair as a long low synth stitches the beats from a slow roll to a muddy epic melody.

credits:
Dark Nexus
c. 2007 3m 52s 3.3MB 160Kbps
No votes.
"Core Dump"
Echoing synth and static turn to pure bass as a softer beat comes in. A reverse saw blade buzzes in a much louder clash of drum beats colliding off eachother. The breadown leaves the delay of the synth and slowly fades.

credits:
Dark Nexus
c. 2007 5m 57s 5.7MB 160Kbps
No votes.
"Desolation"
Relaxed and conteplative synth introduces this track util a simple beat comes in and adds a slightly more uplifted feeling to this otherwise sad and depressing melody.

credits:
Dark Nexus
c. 2007 3m 45s 3.2MB 160Kbps
No votes.
"Reconstruct"
Aggressive punchy but slow beats and a lean growling synth bring this track from intro to verse. Stuttering breaks switch the tempo to fast until the synth line lets go and takes you back around again.

credits:
Dark Nexus
c. 2007 5m 36s 6.3MB 192Kbps
No votes.
"Last Breath"
Relaxing synth and drums with industrial delay claps and a low kick take you to the synth break when the lead kicks in and ends the break with a leaner kick. The melody carries you through to the breakdown when synth transforms into harmonic feedback and slowly fades away...

credits:
Dark Nexus
c. 2007 4m 32s 4.9MB 192Kbps
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