Turvia – Unholy: Industrial Pioneers Orchestrate The Beautifully Dark Complexity of Electronica

Unholy is the latest single from Electronica act Turvia’s debut album “FEAR, BLOODSHED AND HUMAN SACRIFICES BEFORE WINTER SOLSTACE’. Even that album title carries its own sense of impending doom. But Unholy isn’t all doom and gloom, it’s mainly beautifully dark Industrial Techno with a twinge of Noise. Being no stranger to industrial music, I can say with confidence that Turvia are a band that pertain their own unique edge within the genre, there’s plenty of spaces wrapped up in the sound, which makes it a perfect listening experience for Electronica fans with a penchant for darker, more complex beats. What I love most about their debut track Unholy is is the pace, it doesn’t rush to the finish line, it just allows you to enjoy the slightly macabre ride through the analog synths, the rattles and snares, and the pure palpable synergy that the Argentinian musicians create.

If you’re a fan of Skinny Puppy, Icon of Coil & Grendel, you’re going to love Turvia’s latest track, you can check it out on SoundCloud using the link below:


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Review by Amelia Vandergast

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