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Celestial Hellgrounds

Celestial Hellgrounds

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~ Pulse Faction

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'The Celestial Hellgrounds...killer chaotic backgrounds... a deep foreboding of serious climatic tension which doesn't disappoint...the production is flawless...the heavy, machine chug of the guitars mixed with the waxing/waning synthesized progressions of Brock's programming grant this CD a label all it's own.'--Evolving Artist review 'Don't ever change...you f***ing rock'. --Joshua Bradford lead vocalist of The Revolting Cocks 'Pulse Faction has created through The Celestial Hellgrounds a cohesive soundtrack illustrating the depths of someone's depravity, desperation and destructiveness through brutal percussion and guitar riffs, tense electronic elements, dark melodies and raw unforgiving vocals...Sonically (and thematically) there is great continuity between the tracks wrought with head-banging downbeats, throbbing massive power chords and taut frequencies reminiscent of Rob Zombie or Raymond Watts...Considering that all 9 songs from this album has found it's way into countless TV spots, movie soundtracks, and video games, this is not surprising'. -Adzuki Bean Stash Review 'Tracks on the album are a mixture of edgy guitar driven riffs with a bit of electronics but it's difficult to isolate the best song cause all of them are amazing...The Celestial Hellgrounds is a very professional release depicting Brock's professional attitude to his creativity. Finally I can add that I was looking forward to the CD a lot and it's content fulfilled my expectations. Fabryka's aim is totally about promoting such tunes'. --Fabryka Darknation review 'Instantly felt like I was trapped inside an industrial estate...all engines go...the heart of it pumps, could unbalance one with the intensity that punches home the point.' --Garageband review 'Definitely liking this a lot! Very moody and thematic...Superb...Catchy right from the start and all the way through, you've got the right recipe'! -Mp3Unsigned review Pulse Faction is a solo project created back in 1998 by multi-instrumentalist David Brock. Armed with a computer, guitar, bass, and an EMU-E4K synthesizer Brock spent the next several years in seclusion to construct and refine the sound. During this time Brock explored the world of electronics while developing skills as a songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. By combining heavily distorted guitars, ambient keyboard sequences, crushing drum and bass, as well as original sound design, the music began to take form. Within this isolation an outlet for Brock's intensity was born, spawning the initial recordings of the first full length album. Enter Pulse Faction's debut CD 'The Celestial Hellgrounds', a disturbing autobiographical account of Brock's descent into the dark confines of affliction, enmity, and self destruction. Visceral and explosive, the concept album chronicles the near deadly extremes of a man bound in a war of the conscience. Written, produced, and performed entirely by Brock, "The Celestial Hellgrounds" was recorded on a computer in a one room apartment. The CD has received critical acclaim, national awards, and generated considerable interest from the entertainment industries. All nine songs from the album have been featured worldwide in motion pictures, television, and video games. 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(lifestyle/sports) MTV: Tr3s Mi Trl YES Network: Field and Stream Outdoor Challenge MTV: Trick It Out NFL Network: Put Up Your Dukes Custom Scoring: Healthtronics, INC. Awards: Artists Undiscovered Awards (U.S.A. and Canada): Awarded: Best Industrial/Electronica Singer Awarded: Best Industrial/Electronica Musician Nominated: Best Industrial/Electronica Singer Nominated: Best Industrial/Electronica Musician Nominated: Best Industrial/Electronica Songwriter Commercial Release: 'Acceleration' Single (Proletarian Records) Astrothrill compilation CD and comic book (Fluxus Records) The Celestial Hellgrounds (Proletarian Records)

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    Artist: Pulse Faction
    Title: Celestial Hellgrounds
    Genre: Electronic
    Release Date: 2/4/2003
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637438643
    UPC: 825440000126
    Item #: 133158X
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