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Post Death Soundtrack - The Unlearning Curve

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Canadians are stereotypically the polite people on the planet. Always friendly, never raising their voices. However, Post Death Soundtrack - variously from Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto sound as angry - if not angrier - than Nine Inch Nails with its new release, The Unlearning Curve.

The music is industrial at times and also kind of industrial-metal, as with "Little Alice," in other places. In fact, the latter track has a bass-y backing that brings to mind Korn. This song is followed by "Through the Gates," which opens with mournful, acoustic piano.

The overall mood of the record is angry and/or depressed. Fans of Gothic music on the loud side, will likely take to Post Death Soundtrack. The Unlearning Curve marks this act's return after a three-year hiatus. There is little joy to be found in these songs. This act is clearly intent upon raging against the machine. It is as cathartic as it is mope-worthy, so you may find yourself feeling a great sense of relief and release, only to land down in the dumps immediately after. If there's life after death, Post Death Soundtrack speculates, it's not a pretty picture.


Post Death Soundtrack - The Unlearning Curve
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