"The Journey " (2005)

release: Feb. 2005, [mescalinum music research]

The second album "The Journey" carries on where "Leaving the old world behind" left off. With the first album being some kind of a search for the “right” sound, "The Journey" leads to the direction MARTYR DROID always wanted to go. The idea was to create a sinister and oppressive album while not being overladen. “With simple methods to the destination” – This strategy should have succeeded. The main topic of MARTYR DROID’s work is atmosphere. Organic meets mechanic, light meets darkness. The journey into the depths of the universe has begun and the droids get going. In the emptiness of space pictures and emotions develop, building up an intense high density atmosphere. You could also use the word “sound pictures” here. Anyone who is open-minded, able to dream and to step into the world of "The Journey" will understand this album. It’s the perfect trip in another dark world of sounds. Unique, individual but also innovative in its way. Be open-minded.

Also released as an extremely limited edition box set, coming in a super sized jewel box and including the bonus 3" EP "Mindlock / Dual Bios" with 4 unreleased tracks of Martyr Droid and The Psy.

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"Leaving The Old World Behind " (2004)

release: Feb. 2004, [mescalinum music research]

Although MARTYR DROID's debut album is more a compilation of early tracks it doesn't lack conception. The vision of MARTYR DROID is a cold mechanical world inhabited by droids, and the music is the perfect score. MARTYR DROID's work can be described as industrial, electro and dark ambient sounds. Influences are the works of Mick Harris and Godflesh.
The album features two bowiesque vocal performances by the remarkable and respected underground artist Mark Moffre.

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