Conflict One Zero | Battleground

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by Conflict One Zero

"Battleground" is the second EP from Conflict One Zero, which features both male and female vocals with aggressive, cinematic, heavy, electronic rock music that was influenced by bands, movies and video games.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Arena
1:34 $1.00
2. Rapid Fire (feat. VK Lynne)
3:31 $1.00
3. Tombs
4:35 $1.00
4. The Light Burns Out (feat. Alexx Calise)
4:30 $1.00
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Battleground" is the second EP from Conflict One Zero, the solo project of composer/drummer Dan Hegarty. "Battleground" builds on the electronic rock sound from the first EP, "Activate," and incorporates both male and female vocals for the first time. Singer/songwriter VK Lynne from the band The Spider Accomplice is featured on "Rapid Fire," an aggressive hybrid of industrial rock, drum n' bass and New York hardcore which was first released as a single. Alexx Calise, a solo artist who also fronts the band Batfarm, appears on the dark, atmospheric and brutal duet, "The Light Burns Out," which channels Velvet Acid Christ and early Nine Inch Nails. "The Arena" and "Tombs" are both instrumentals that expand the sonic palette of C1Z, incorporating classical instruments and new electronic elements in addition to the heavier sound from "Activate." Fans of metal, punk, hardcore, drum n' bass, electronic, trip hop, goth, industrial, film scores and video game soundtracks will find a crossroads of these genres in Conflict One Zero's "Battleground."



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