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Synth Single Review: "A Night Of Hell" by Terror Syndrome

Karl is a longtime freelancer who's passionate about music, art, and writing.


Terror Syndrome’s A Night Of Hell seethes with darkness and bursts with powerful, triumphant guitar. The track commences with flashing, slightly distorted and rough-edged synths. Dynamic bass and bursting drums accompany medium-high, jumping synths that form a propulsive pattern.

Electric guitar soars out, full of mystery and a sense of emptiness as drums flourish as the bass pulsates onward. Now the massive, active bass throbs as vaulting, energizing synths climb along with victorious guitar. Shadows fill the bass and the music charges on with aggressively chugging guitars and ferocious drums.

Elevated, haunted synth flows and colossal bass adds dark, muscled power. Shining guitar notes rise as evolving, glittering synth moves. An echoing void fills the background as drifting, glittering synth glides through it. The guitar cries out, imbued with ominous power while the drums and bass drive on. Intertwining sonic cascades shift in the middle distance before the music fades out on reverberating guitar.

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