PLASMA to Release Debut Album «Replay Terror»
The electro-rock band PLASMA is taking off with their first full-length album. Having already released their debut single «Attracted», the band’s release of the new single «Burning Like The Sun» marks the beginning of pre-orders for their debut album «Replay Terror», set to be released on May the 16th.
Rockstar Magazine predicted them ending up on the NME cover: “Next Stop: NME Cover”. In any case, the band has already turned a few heads with its distinctive sound: Wherever they are received, PLASMA are highly praised, because – although they haven’t released a full-length album yet – numerous followers have been attracted by tracks circulating in the internet, most notably a remix that hit the airwaves on BBC Radio 1 reaching millions of listeners. It’s safe to say: With their mixture of perfectly-arranged synth pop and prog rock PLASMA have convinced critics and audiences alike.
Now, PLASMA – Manuel Jacomet, Carlo Lardi and Mauro Büchler – are about to release their debut album «Replay Terror», featuring razor-sharp guitars, falsetto vocals, arpeggiated synthesizers and powerful drums. «Attracted», the epic first single from «Replay Terror», has an explosive atmosphere of naked beauty and pure drama. The highly dramatic music video takes place on a fictional planet where lead singer Carlo Lardi is running from a dark mass that threatens but equally stimulates him. PLASMA’s newest single «Burning Like The Sun», in contrast, is the soundtrack to waking up and getting started. With its synth hook, this catchy song has all the makings of a hit! Content-wise, the album moves between different forces – between the poles of rise and fall, of love, life and death. In 11 impressive songs, PLASMA’s debut album showcases the band’s broad range of styles and influences. While a majority of the songs create a melodic symbiosis of powerful rock and glowing electronic sounds, «Replay Terror» also includes a few exotic tracks.
Ever since the band’s formation, PLASMA have captivated audiences with strong live performances.