Perturbator Dangerous Days on Limited Edition 180g 2LP
Perturbator aka James Kent - the one-man Parisian retrowave powerhouse revisits the eerie and energizing analog oscillations of 1970s and 1980s horror, sci fi, action, and exploitation films. Taking cues from long-hailed masters in the genre - director John Carpenter, Goblin, Vangelis - Kent was weaned on a steady diet of LaserDisc monsterpieces. 2014's Dangerous Days is Perturbator's third album, a killer collection of 1980's Giallo proportions, evoking the true dystopian spirit of classic exploitation cinema. Limited edition gatefold 2LP-set.
"You are the night. Your loved ones are gone now, leaving only blackness ahead. Humanity failed you. They let technology become a threat. You are the war against machines. They tried to make you software. But you're not like the rest. You are half machine now. More powerful. More fierce. And you only want one thing : to meet the one responsible for the hardware.
"There are no rules anymore. Kill or be killed. Take advantage of what they have made of you and enact a terrible revenge. By the end of this journey you will meet your Maker, surrounded by all the desolation he created. A computer. Codename: Satan. Programmed to do only one thing: Erase all traces of the human race. This is Nocturne City. The year is 2088 and you are about to embark on a journey into an urban nightmare." - Perturbator