Post Death Soundtrack’s music has a psychedelic edge to it. “Transform in White Light” opens with dreamy lyrics against a background that almost sounds a bit like an electro-pop track from Massive Attack or something similar. But the pace soon picks up with the introduction of an industrial beat.
The single is the latest release from band’s album The Unlearning Curve, which came out last year. The album contains music that floating somewhere between rock, alternative or industrial styles. The album’s mood also shifts noticeably. Whereas “Transform in White Light” almost sounds relaxed at times, a much darker feel comes across from the tracks “Through the Gates” and “Dance with the Devil.”
Post Death Soundtrack is a Canadian collective working out of Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto. Members Kenneth Buck, Steve Moore and John Ireson take advantage of modern technology to collaborate on their music despite living in different parts of the country. The band was founded in 2007 and the following year they released their first album Music as Weaponry. I had a chance last year to speak to Moore about The Unlearning Curve and the band’s musical ideas.