uVu June 2018

 

 

 

UltraViolet Uforia is excited to announce the newest album for 2018 "SkinKrawler" now available for purchase here or on CDbaby.com, Amazon.com, and on iTunes.

SkinKrawler is the latest release from UltraViolet Uforia a "Psy-trance" based band from the Pacific Northwest music scene. This album brings the bands "Rock" background together with their electronic influences to produce modern sounds with a classic feel.

"Disciple" the first track on the album pays homage to one of the bands all time favorites "Depech Mode" with it's haunting lyrics and throbbing beats. While the last track and title track "SkinKrawler" stands out as a song that "Deadmau5" would be proud to take home to mom, with a creepy drone and pulsing bass lines.

UltraViolet Uforia has been crafting original tunes in the Seattle area since 1995. Over the years playing to fairs and festivals have been the bands favorite venues to play like "Salmon Days" in Issaquah, WA. For 15 of those years Ultraviolet Uforia played covers of favorite bands like "Grateful Dead" and "Pink Floyd" along with their original music. Now for the pas few years originators Michael Canary and Steve Webb have take the band in a different direction.

Dropping the traditional 5 piece rock band act UltraViolet Uforia has shifted to become an electronic duo. Forging the classic rock past with the like of "Jean-Michel Jarre" and "Depeche Mode" to create the modern psy-trance sound that make the band what it is today.

SkinKrawler is the culmination of over 20 years of hard work and the bands varied electronic influences. A friend and fan of the band summed up the description of the music on this album and the new sound of the band with one word "Hypnotic"!

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