A New January | Self Medicate

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Self Medicate

by A New January

Heavy electronic elements intermingle with distorted guitars, mangled audio ear candy and moody, dance beats, introspective lyrics.
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Heartburst
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2. Waited So Long
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3. Suffer Stains
3:26 $0.99
4. The Matter
4:18 $0.99
5. Wrapped In Cellophane
2:56 $0.99
6. Outburn
3:18 $0.99
7. When You Fall
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8. Blasphemous Rumours
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Album Notes
A New January (ANJ) pulls its influences from a wide variety of genres including electronica, alternative, rock, and industrial. Most notable comparisons have included bands such as Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails and Curve.

With Andre Filardo on vocals and guitar, Chris Garcia on keyboards and Rich Sandrok (veteran of Chicago-based bands such as industrial-rockers, EVL, and synth-pop band, Terminal Bliss) on keyboards and guitar, A New Jaunary has evolved into a grittier electronica-rock version of its former self.

2007 saw the unveiling of ANJ's latest studio effort, Self-Medicate. This release, the first to be entirely produced from concept to final mixes at Negative Nine, represents a more raw and even darker sound than their previous album, Cold and Naked – an evolution of the band's sonic signature. Heavy electronic elements intermingle with distorted guitars and mangled audio, all the while retaining a certain pop sensibility.



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