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by Emergence

A very diverse second album, containing hard-hitting dance beats, melodic darkwave synthlines and aggressive guitar lines. The vocals also range from clean, distorted and even vocorded.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Slow Burn
4:39 $0.99
2. Turnabout
5:25 $0.99
3. Eschaton [Oblivion]
4:59 $0.99
4. Parasite
4:31 $0.99
5. Orouboros
4:41 $0.99
6. Clouds on the Horizon
2:28 $0.99
7. Defenestration
5:30 $0.99
8. Faithless
5:29 $0.99
9. Serpentine
5:08 $0.99
10. The Creeping Hours
6:12 $0.99
11. Eschaton [Entropy]
7:40 $0.99
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Album Notes
EMERGENCE was formed in 1999 by by founding members Robert Holman (aka The Apostate) and Erik Kosnar (aka Vathan K) as an experimental gothic-rock/electro project. The duo soon enlisted the aid of Noel Johannes on keys, and spent a turbulent inaugural year trying out first one guitarist and then another, and then a third. Later that year Noel left the band to be replaced by a series of guest performers for the live act, while in the studio, The Apostate and Vathan formed the core creative unit in EMERGENCE.

In 2000 the group was joined by Kim Kosnar, (known affectionately as Ms. Anthropy) on keys and bass while Vathan took on the role of live-guitarist. This line-up, augmented by periodic guest performers, provided the syncretism the group needed to take the industrial/goth scene by storm, performing shows in over 12 US cities from San Francisco to Chicago and recording and self-releasing three CD EPs in three years. The group appeared at GothCon 2002 in New Orleans, and has won the respect of DJs and fans alike throughout the US and in Europe, inspiring their own form of dancefloor bedlam.

After being signed to Chicago based Negative Gain Productions, the group's first full-length CD The Science of Suffering, hit the streets in 2003, combining provocative vocals, old-school industrial guitarwork, and the blend of dark electronica and hard-hitting beats that has become the hallmark of the EMERGENCE sound. The disc has been favorably reviewed by Side-Line Magazine, Industrial Nation Magazine, and numerous other online and print publications. The group's second full-length CD Eschaton is the latest iteration of the group's angst-ridden, cutting edge sound. Packed with hard, aggressive beats and melodic synthlines, Eschaton guarantees to pack the dancefloors.




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Great Industrial Sound!
Well done! The CD demonstrates gothic rock with industrial beats better than most artists in the genre. Truly 5 stars.

Derek G.

Another 5 stars......
I love this one! It is gloomy industrial at its best. A must buy!


Fantastic synth lines, awesome percussion, powerful and inspiring vocals and yes
This is the second release from the Denver Electro/Industrial act that stunned the world with it’s powerful and perfectly polished debut CD “The Silence of Suffering”. In just over a year Emergence returns with a new disc that not only shows growth and creativity but it shows us that great music doesn’t have to come out of Europe. This is right here in the heartland of America and we should realize how lucky we are. In 2003 I did a review for their debut CD and I had the pleasure of hosting a live show with Emergence and I will never forget how awesome they looked and sounded live, I was so impressed I joined their street team.

This new album is truly fantastic and I was glad to see that they didn’t sit back on their laurels on the great publicity of the first LP, instead they got even better. Is this possible… buy both CD’s and judge for yourself. Fantastic synth lines, awesome percussion, powerful and inspiring vocals and yes… GUITAR!!! Old school meets new school and a bit of the future “emerges”. Standout tracks?? The whole album is impressive but here are my favorites… “Slow Burn”, both versions of the title track Eschaton[Oblivion] and Eschaton[Entropy], “Faithless”, “Defenestration” (my fav), “Clouds on the Horizon” (instrumental) and “Serpentine” are fully capable of filling any dance floor. While everyone
is waiting for the next big LP from that huge act that seems to rule the entire scene please take a moment and look around, you’ll find some really great music. This CD is a perfect example.