Introducing “Infinite Automatic” – a self-titled album that takes listeners on a deeply personal and profound musical journey, exploring the innermost thoughts and feelings of the band. With heartfelt lyricism, the album unveils unvarnished and raw experiences, forging an honest and authentic connection with its audience. Each arrangement mirrors this rawness, exuding a visceral intensity that immerses listeners in the band’s creative process.
The album commences powerfully with the instrumental track “A Room,” setting the tone for what unfolds. “Wave” deliberately paces the way to the hauntingly atmospheric “Oh Baby,” where the synthesizer takes center stage with remarkable clarity, evoking a sense of Berlin decadence, while frenzied drum beats intensify the experience.
“Molek’s Mirror” brings forth a delightful sense of controlled chaos, showcasing the band’s artistry at its best. “Shadow” thrives on well-crafted distortion, blending ethereal vocals to create a unique and captivating sonic landscape. The high-octane energy of “Lightning” propels listeners into a whirlwind of groove and excitement, delivering an exhilarating and somewhat maddening experience.
Venturing into unhinged territory, “Third Eye” adds haunting background vocals, infusing an element of mystique and enigma to the track. The album reaches its pinnacle with the standout piece, “Deathstar,” a poignant exploration of depression treated with empathy and delivered thoughtfully, bringing the album to a meaningful close.
Throughout their self-titled album, Infinite Automatic masterfully blends various styles and emotions, creating a mesmerizing and ever-changing musical panorama. The band’s unwavering commitment to authenticity and experimentation makes this album a captivating journey worth experiencing.