"Industrial music producer/composer David Marvelly AKA Corvax just released 'Talk to the Man' a powerful track that embodies the best of early/late '90s most representative industrial productions. The track's edgy nature, aggressive tones, and tight drumbeat share a sense of thrill and dark mood. This particular short and to the point production is reminiscent of early/mid nine inch nails works, the vocal style is also on point with Reznor's calm sections and reaching a great classic climax with loud energetic gritty vocals at specific points in the song. This track is a labor of love to the dark and empowering essence of industrial music.
Also worth mentioning are the heavy guitar work, the crazy & chaotic creative bridges, and the overall potent music production & its dark expression.
Corvax is a great exponent of modern industrial/gothic darkwave carrying on the legacy of pioneers of the genre/style and giving it his own personal taste and improvements!
Please support and follow David and his productions especially if you're into that hard to find top quality industrial dark sound."
by Synthpop Your World on 09-July-2020
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INSIDE THE TRACK: [artist's commentary]
I'm a drummer so the beat always comes first in the creation of a song. MY USUAL PROCESS IS TO find/record the samples then distort theM. whether that's real drum sounds or hitting kitchen utensils against my table i will use it. I LOVE THE SOUND OF DISTORTED DRUMS, IT JUST GIVES IT THe AGGRESSION THAT I NEED TO CONVEY THE EMOTION IN THE SONG.
the bassline is also a super important feature of the track. it's a kontakt factory synth that i found and modified to suit the song. it needed to be a constant throbbing bassline that sucks you in from the get go. it sounds arpeggiated but it's actually played in at slightly different velocities then quantised.
the artists I was listening to during the creation of this track range from nine inch nails to billie eilish.