Single Review: South Central – ‘Demons’2 min read
The energetic and high octane force of South Central returns this month with their next trance fueled single titled Demons.
The Brighton based dance act have been a little quite over the past two years having taken the opportunity of a lengthy hiatus from releasing any records however they have still kept themselves busy with opening for The Prodigy and Pendulum on the bands world tours as well as closing Sonisphere Festival following the mammoth Iron Maiden set.
The outfit have now been hard at work in the studio putting the finishing touches on the soon to be released comeback album. Ahead of the record however we are given a small but weighty glimpse into things to come with the albums first single, Demons.
The track is a very electro-rock number that sounds like Daft Punk on acid. The same robotic voices are heard throughout the number which mashes together trance and concentrated dance beats to form a meaty slab of hardcore dance/rock fusion.
With a similar musical feel to South Centrals work you can understand why they would have been chosen to join The Prodigy and Pendulum on tour as the sound is very matching, though on a lesser scale.
The single is the first release from the forthcoming 2011 album Society of the Spectacle and if this track is anything to go by, we are set to be in for one hell of a treat.
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