on 29 October 2007
I don't normally write reviews, but after listening to this album, it deserves to be spoken about. With a production normally found on main stream albums by the likes of NIN and Depeche Mode, Edge of Dawn have blended a tried and tested formula and made it their own. With influences from Seabound (affiliated to song writer and vocals, Frank M. Spinath), the album is fused with a story of lust and deceipt. Stand out tracks include Blackheart, Damage and Pray for Love.
If you're on the boundary of listening to hard synthpop with a mixture of EBM thrown in, then give this album a listen. If you're hooked then go straight onto Double-Crosser by Seabound.