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Lauded in post-industrial, progressive and mainstream rock press alike, with Clarity In Darkness, The Resonance Association cements its position at the forefront of dark progressive music with its wildly eclectic third album, Clarity In Darkness.
Recorded in sessions throughout 2009, CiD sees the band's trademark styles, "atmospheric electronics, guitar solos, heavy drones and pulsing rhythms? collide with epic, panoramic soundworlds.
Opening with the frenetic Dangerous Fantasist and the ominous Medal Of Dishonour, CiD is an uncompromising statement of independence and creativity.
Progressive Rock purists will delight in the twists and unexpected turns of the epic Heart Of Chaos and the majestic title track, while the band's reputation for fearless experimentation is further enhanced by the brooding, folk-influenced Pearlescence, the eclectic musings of Magick Is The Science and the ethereal ambience of How To Recognise Angels.
Previous praise for The Resonance Association:
"... a genre hopping exploration of sounds ..."
" ... well worth investigating!"
- Classic Rock Presents Prog
"... England's wonderful new sensation ..."
- Heathen Harvest
"... it is as perfect an exposition of music to evoke your imagination as you could ever hope to hear ..."
- Cool Noise
"Awesome band. 10/10"
"A phenomenal work of art that will satisfy fans of the band and newcomers alike. Outstanding."
- Big Distraction
"A release that takes time to catch, but when it does, it's impressive"
1. Dangerous Fantasist (4:58)
2. Medal Of Dishonour (7:47)
3. Magick Is The Science (6:41)
4. Heart Of Chaos (20:39)
5. How To Recognise Angels (1:44)
6. Pearlescence (7:11)
7. Clarity In Darkness (18:08)
All tracks written and performed by The Resonance Association:
Daniel Vincent - guitar, synths, drums, vocals, electronics
Dominic Hemy - guitar, bass, drums, theremin, electronics
Produced and mixed by Daniel Vincent.
Additional recording and production by Dominic Hemy.
Audio mastering by Dominic Hemy.
Sleeve design, photography and art direction by Carl Glover.