The Shad Shadows’ “Toxic Behaviours”, crepuscular temper and a clear look at the present.

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The Shad Shadows are back with a new album, released on digital stores on September 4th and available on cassette and vinyl from November 10th.

“Daydream Monster” is a synth à la Carpenter, “Sad Bodies” is a retro jewel of a decadent cold wave, in this album there is a sequence of tracks perfectly in line with the well-identified musical proposal of the duo from Ravenna, with beats cold as ice and horror soundtracks (“Complication”, “Bound”).

Two years after the concept “Nocturnal”, the sound hasn’t changed and that dark layer of synth remains, with rhythmic martials and whispered voices from the darkest recesses of the human mind. The investigation of urban dystopias from the previous work move on to a more general observation of the abnormalities that hide behind the appearances of modern life.

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