Monday, 24th April 2017. 1:24:05am ET

Artist: A.E.C

Album Title: Sex.Drug.Sequence

Label: Solid.Grey.Sky.Recordings

Genre: Electro/EBM/Synthpop

Date Released: 05/13/14

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With marching of drums leading us into a firing line of danceable electro we have A.E.C standing at the forefront of destruction taking us into the feeling of vengeance with the first crushing track off their album Sex.Drug.Sequence. What a way to start off the album!

But before I lead you into the rest of the review lets back track a bit, shall we? A.E.C had first came out with the album Hate Life. During this process Tyler and Stacey collided forces working on this album in 2002 conveying all physical and emotional addictions and the limits of control or lack there-of, with an intention of completing this album in one-two years. As life unfolded their album then came to grips and was released ten years later.

Now getting back on track with the rest of the review, I can feel the onslaught of punishment reaching the light. We are pulled back into A.E.C's world with driving beats backed with draping overtones and bouncy synth-lines that seem to taunt us with the destructive power in “Supernatural.” This track is perfectly intertwined into an album of almost near perfection.

Some other stand out tracks on this fabulous album would be “Pain”. It takes us into a more melodic tone until it creeps up on you and swoops into the chorus which fades from one beautiful soundtrack of pain to the enjoyment of life riding slightly through the chorus as well as breathing more life into the struggle catering us into a wonderful track that can bring many visions of struggle, love, and despair. “Pain” is simply an amazing track that can bring much feeling.

Firing fast with female vocals glistening through the vibrant nature and taking us into a more fend for yourself type of feel we have “Strength of Steel,” which is exactly what is conjured up on this lovely road through the mind of A.E.C

To Sum this album up I would say that this is an amazing album that fits both well in the club and in the bedroom. Close your eyes let the music speak and take you through an amazing journey that will not disappoint.

 


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