MP3 Project 12:01 - Last Pharaoh
Seductive siren vocals swimming through dark and milky electronica waters... enchanting, dreamy, alluring...
15 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Industrial, ELECTRONIC: Trip Hop
Project 12:01... ''sultry darkwave bliss''...
The ancient Egyptians believed that death brought on a 12-hour journey to the eternal afterlife. Each hour filled with judgment requirements and tasks by Gods and Goddesses. One may successfully reach the Egyptian netherworld at 12 hours and 1 minute... or 12:01. Egyptology? or the recent rumored theory behind the name of Denver band, Project 12:01?
For the last 5 years, Project 12:01 has been the best-kept secret in "Darkwave" music. Gorgeous, unearthly female vocals weave their irresistible layers through dark and milky electronic soundscapes. Melissa London''s siren-esque vocal stylings range from school-girl whispers to seductive poppy purrs to operatic and eastern influences. Counterpart Noel Johannes can be defined as something between a mad synth scientist and electro gear god.
With influences ranging from Madonna to Depeche Mode to Delerium to Marilyn Manson, Melissa London and Noel Johannes not only share a love for creating music, but also an addiction to ancient Egyptian folklore. An extremely intriguing combination to the listener.
"Project 12:01 have a saucy minx on vocals and wield great electronic depth charges" - quotes legendary goth-rock journalist, Mick Mercer.
Project 12:01 has shared the stage with well-known national acts such as KMFDM, Mindless Self Indulgence, 30 Seconds to Mars, Wolfsheim, Gene Loves Jezebel, the Cruxshadows, etc. Adding in more recent members, Michael Aranda (guitars), and Jace (drums), Project 12:01''s extraordinary studio outfit becomes a mind-blowing live act filled with amazing energy and mesmerizing theatrical themes.
Project 12:01''s cd, "Last Pharaoh" is available for a reasonable $10. "Last Pharaoh," title referring to Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt, includes 15 enticing tracks, smoothly crossing genres of goth, industrial, trip-hop, electro-pop, and even tribal. Last Pharaoh has been selling internationally and receiving constant positive acclaim from clubs, zines, radio stations, and Project 12:01''s ever-growing fan base.
Plain and simple, Project 12:01 has style. Uncover more about this sonic seduction at: https://www.tradebit.com.
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