Fever Daydream

The Black Queen - Fever Daydream
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Based on 11 ratings
January 29, 2016 / Release Date
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Much like Deftones, NIN, and Tool successfully coexist alongside their respective sibling projects, Puciato, Eustis, and Alexander have created a refreshing entity to foster an alternative outlet for their emotions and creativity with satisfying results.


The notion that the music is futuristic is debatable, but Fever Daydream is a surprisingly assured debut that, at the very least, evokes electronic music of the past and present.

Buttery smooth one moment and crackling the next, it's a remarkably ambient record that is also hard to settle into and relax around; it definitely rewards active listening. Rarely is a record this harrowing also so soft.
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Track List

  1. Now, When I'm This
  2. Ice to Never
  3. The End Where We Start
  4. Secret Scream
  5. Maybe We Should / Non-Consent
  6. Distanced
  7. Strange Quark
  8. That Death Cannot Touch
  9. Taman Shud
  10. Apocalypse Morning
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Added on: January 29, 2016