October 30, 2018
The menacing, ominous “Chosen Sons” is fit for Halloween — with a creepy overall feel and vocals that alternate between creep nonchalance and scream-centric horror-film exploits. The latest track from Post Death Soundtrack, previously featured with multiple tracks, “Chosen Sons̶...
February 22, 2017
We wrote a bit on Post Death Soundtrack’s most recent album, Unlearning Curve, last year — with the track “You Can’t Go Back” riding on creepy organ-synths, dramatic vocal murmurs, and cinematic production effects (like the halted percussion around 02:10) to create a soundscap...
October 4, 2016
The consumingly dark psychedelic trip-hop sound of Post Death Soundtrack was previously covered on tracks “You Can’t Go Back” and the remix of “Beauty Eyes I Adore“, though new release “Through the Gates” certainly competes to be the most chilling. A stark piano le...
July 26, 2016
Canadian trip hop/psychedelic rock trio Post Death Soundtrack were last featured with the darkly consuming track “You Can’t Go Back“, which featured creepy organ-synths, cinematic production effects, and dramatic vocal murmurs in conjuring an atmospherically psychedelic soundscape that wa...
May 12, 2016
Certainly possessing an apt name, Canadian trip hop/psychedelic rock trio Post Death Soundtrack craft a consuming dark sound on new track “You Can’t Go Back”, which rides on creepy organ-synths, dramatic vocal murmurs, and cinematic production effects (like the halted percussion around 02...
September 20, 2012
“Ladders” sounds queasy and bleak, like a fever-induced nightmare accompanied by fog machines and drizzling rain. Mark Lenover’s voice is very similar to a fellow Canadian, Neil Young. His nasally melancholy would probably be suitable for hard-rocking jams as well. “Ladders” i...
December 16, 2010
Our top albums of 2010 feature winds down with half of the top 20 being revealed. Comebacks, debuts, and indie-rock favorites appear to be the theme for this section. Stay tuned tomorrow for the complete list.
December 15, 2010
The best of 2010 continues as we approach the top 20. Albums #21 to #30 are revealed, with a diverse mixture of raw rock 'n' roll, R&B, surf-rock, and psychedelia coming on strong here.