VOID CHAPTER have announced their upcoming cinematic industrial rock album ‘humAnIty’ is now available for pre-order from FiXT.
Featuring appearances from Celldweller, Daedric, K Enagonio, Megan McDuffee, Robin Adams, and The Anix, the album is a masterfully crafted exhilarating audio journey through a dystopian sci-fi world. humAnIty showcases the years of experience as solo artists and producers, with the complex pristine sound design and audio production, and the fabric of rich storytelling and songwriting for each finely crafted single.
Laying the foundation for a future dystopian world run completely by merciless AI, ‘humAnIty’ picks up where previous albums The Sprawl and The Uprising left off. Each release features a facet of the bleak world inhabited by humanity in this dark future. The slow burning “Drones” tells the story of the day-to-day people trapped in hopelessness, and includes the first vocal performance from Void Chapter’s own Brian Skeel. While “Diabolic” (feat. Daedric) picks up the dark tale of a world under the control of an unmerciful A.I. maintaining its grip on humanity and our day to day lives.
All is not lost. Dropping with the pre-order announcement is the release of the extended cut of “Resist.” An anthem of rebellion, the original cosmic collaboration from Void Chapter and Celldweller brought the fury of roaring guitar riffs and a pummeling rhythm section capped by one of Celldweller’s most dynamic and powerful vocal performances to date.
The album also features the extended versions of the previous releases of “Diablolic”, “Reclaimer”, “Drones”, “Target Acquired” and a brilliant cover of Star Wars “Duel Of The Fates.”
The project is the brainchild of producers/composers Otto Cate, Adam Fielding, and Brian Skeel, and delivers an exhilarating audio journey through dystopian sci-fi worlds. Built upon years of experience as solo artists and producers, the project unites their efforts under the fabric of rich storytelling and songwriting with pristine sound design and audio production.
Celldweller has inspired tens of millions of listeners across a global community of fans, content creators, and brands with 500,000,000+ streams and hundreds of placements in major Films, TV shows, and Video Games. Celldweller’s discography includes the self-titled Celldweller album in 2003, Wish Upon A Blackstar in 2012, End of an Empire in 2015, and Offworld in 2017, and his 5th studio album Satellites in Fall 2022.
Watch the “Resist” (feat. Celldweller) [Extended] Visualizer below.