Post Death Soundtrack

Vancouver, Canada


Post Death Soundtrack creates thought-provoking music by weaving industrial, electronic, pop and rock sounds. Reflections of Darkness calls them "by no means music for simple minds", and calls their sound "indefinable". Currently a 4-piece, the band is Kenneth Buck, Steve Moore, Jon Ireson and Colin Everall. Post Death Soundtrack takes influence from the likes of The Beatles, Skinny Puppy, David Bowie and Dead Can Dance. Style is less important than mood as they strive to encourage thought and communication on a deep level.
On September 16, 2008 Post Death Soundtrack released their debut full length album entitled "Music as Weaponry". "Music as Weaponry" was recorded by the projects two founders, Kenneth Buck and Steve Moore. Since the release of "Music as Weaponry", Post Death Soundtrack has rapidly expanded it's fan base, garnering airplay and top reviews from publications such as and Sphere Magazine, who called the CD "a chaotic concoction of crossover madness", adding "this is the soundtrack to your escape from the average".
Currently the band is busy working on a variety of releases. New covers of Dead Can Dance's "Anywhere Out of the World" and The Door's "Riders on the Storm" have been posted as mp3's for free download on their website: Their latest release is the single and music video for "Ultraviolence". At the moment, they're at work crafting extensive remixes and brand new material for multiple releases for 2011.

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