Denial (Remastered)

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Patrick Maiwald
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Patrick Maiwald lvl's sophomore album made him one of my favorites in electronic music. Less flashy and aggressive, but more melancholic and introverted than the debut. Tracks like "Open Mind" and "Home" have some truly addictive potential, while other tracks intrigue with their complex rhythm arrangements. The bonus tracks on this 2017 re-release version are also well worth it! Favorite track: Monophase.
Kevin Pollock
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Kevin Pollock This is one of my all-time favorite albums ever. The vibes lvl achieves are always a win, and Denial is no exception. Though I'm mostly excited to hear "Instictive Reaction" & "Monophase" in remastered glory. Even if the third album never came around, it'll great for those demos to get the credit they deserve. Favorite track: Monophase.
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Denial is lvl’s 2003 follow-up album to Devil’s Advocate. Denial marks a transition from the project’s use of chugging guitars and evolves into an elaborate adventure of electronic programming and synths. Originally released in 2003, the album’s 14 tracks have been remastered and upgraded with 6 rare/unreleased bonus tracks.

Denial ranges from synth pop tracks like "End Title" and "Open Mind" to the dance floor energy of "Home," tribal chanting of "What Free Is" to the live-bass/guitar intensity of "Decide." The album’s bonus tracks include rare vocal tracks "Monophase" and "Instinctive Reaction" and a mesmerizing beat & synth driven instrumental "Holding." The final bonus track once again reunites brothers Klayton (Celldweller, Circle of Dust, Scandroid) and Dan (lvl), as their musical projects collide in the Celldweller remix of "Home."

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released September 29, 2017

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FiXT is an internationally recognized, 100% independent artist-owned record label. FiXT’s catalog of music has garnered over 1 billion online streams connecting with a core audience of gamers, sci-fi enthusiasts and comic book fans. Founded in 2006 by artist/composer/producer Klayton, best known as Celldweller, the label serves a worldwide fanbase of customers in over 130 countries. ... more

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