Irving Force and the soundtrack that follows him was created by Adam Skog, a metal musician from Stockholm turned electronic music producer. His love for sci-fi, horror as well as action films of the 80′s and 90′s guides him as he scores the scenes for the retro-futuristic Irving Force movie playing in his head.
A master at blending the retro synth sounds with more modern ones, Irving Force creates music with a strong retro electronic vibe but also with enough aggression to give it an electro-industrial-rock edge, something that his new single “Violence Suppressor” makes quite clear with its Thrash Metal influences and Cyberpunk aesthetics.
Add 3 remixes by some of dark Synthwave’s baddest boys around too, namely Gör FLsh, Volkor X and Hollywood Burns and this “Violence Suppressor” crime fighting unit becomes so metal it even makes Robocop look like a lightweight.
released March 5, 2018
Written & Produced by Adam Skog
except "Gör FLsh Remix" produced, mixed and mastered by Adam Skog & Raphael Durand
"Hollywood Burns Remix" produced, mixed and mastered by Adam Skog & Emeric Levardon
"Volkor X Remix" produced, mixed and mastered by Adam Skog & Volkor X
All guitars, lyrics & vocals by Adam Skog
Additional guitars on "Volkor X Remix" by Volkor X
Additional mixing and mastering by Absolute Valentine
supported by 52 fans who also own “"Violence Suppressor"”
Favorite track: all of them.
I cannot explain why I am compelled to buy every release by 'Dance with the Dead'... but I do. The compositions are more than outrun or synthwave... they are fantastic works. Admittedly as an X-generation teen of the 1980s, since I cannot find these releases on CD and I prefer physical media, I do create ones on archival CDs for my personal collection. Nicholas de Lioncourt (real)