Edge Of Dawn - Enjoy The Fall (CD)
Release Date: 05/08/07
In late 2005, Seabound vocalist Frank Spinath became involved with Edge of Dawn, the electronic project started by Mario Schumacher. The duo released The Flight [Lux] EP with much success. With the waters tested, they quickly began working on the full-length debut which was to become Enjoy The Fall. Wanting an epic album that would stand with the best of them, they crafted the album to be not only pleasurable and danceable, but also meaningful. Thematically, Enjoy The Fall focuses on a main character who is afflicted with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and his girlfriend who is driven to the brink of insanity and eventually ends her nightmare by pushing him out of an open window. The album beautifully (horrifically) weaves the imagery of their fatal relationship though a dynamic thrill ride of compositions. The rollercoaster begins with the eerie opening intro, 'All Coordinates Are Wrong,' only to immediately plunge into the adrenaline fueled 'Black Heart.' The journey continues through their psyches by utilizing a myriad of tempos, melodies, bass lines and vocal styles. High point emotions (dance tracks: 'Black Heart,' 'Elegance (Version),' and 'The Nightmare I Am,') come together with low points (ballads: 'Descent (Version),' 'Beauty Lies Within,' and 'Chamber Six') to create one unforgettable album. The full spectrum of emotions have been blurred and burnt beyond recognition, now its time to 'enjoy the fall, fucker.'
|Label: Metropolis Records|