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Last Influence of Brain


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In 1996, Solo and Blazena started the electro-industrial project “Samhain” and a few months later, they were joined by Bop, a close collaborator of K.I.F.O.T.H. and a founding member of the electro act “Mindscape”. In 1998, the trio launched a new project “Loct In” venturing into complex atmospheric sound, but both projects were left unnoticed. The early missteps have prompted the band members to go back to their roots and explore the old school electro sound. Last Influence of Brain (LIOB) came to life in 1999. The demo debut Revolution Countries Evolution and the follow-up EP Escape have earned them a steadily growing fanbase, and stirred the attention of the now defunct label Black Flames Records, which offered them a contract for a European release in 2003. Four years after their highly-regarded debut Illusions and Reality, Last Influence of Brain are on the verge of storming their way back into the alternative electronic scene. Inner Wars features over 75 minutes of authentic dark elektro pleasure that would appeal to young electrofreaks and veteran rivetheads alike. Gems such as “Return”, “Absent Meaning”, “Inner Wars” and “Why are You Waiting?” are destined to become dark elektro classics. The album concludes with an ecstatic remix of “Why Are You Waiting?” by the Brain Leisure.

Illusions And Reality (CD, Album), Black Flames Records 2003
Inner Wars (CD, Album, Dig), Vendetta Music 2007

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