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Electromancer

by Paul Wardingham

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Paul Wardingham is back with his 4th completely self-produced instrumental cyber metal epic, Electromancer! A sequel to Paul's 2nd album, he returns to the world he created for The Human Affliction, 150 years in the future!

“Electromancer is a totally self-indulgent, cyberpunk movie inspired, synthesizer infused, retro-futuristic shred-fest, that brings together my favourite music genres: metal and electronic music, closer than ever before!”

Like Wardingham’s sophomore effort The Human Affliction, Electromancer is a concept album inspired by an original story set on Earth in the year 2217.

“The story follows “Electromancer” a cyborg anti-hero and his biomech protector called “MX-106” as they evade enemies and authorities to get to Mars with the “Cyber Drive”. The “Cyber Drive is a weapon that could be used to destroy life on either Earth or Mars, both of whom are on the verge of war. ”

Electromancer features stunning cover artwork by Light The Torch (ex-Devil You Know) and former All Shall Perish guitarist Francesco Artusato.

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released April 24, 2018

Guitars & Machines: Paul Wardingham
Produced, Mixed & Mastered by Paul Wardingham

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Paul Wardingham Australia

Described as instrumental cyber metal, Wardingham’s style combines 7-string & 8 string mechanical riffing, melodic choruses, industrial synths and otherworldly solos to create visions of a futuristic world.

Wardingham has received praise from the likes of Andy James, Per Nilsson, Stephan Forte as well as guitar legends Dino Cazares (Fear Factory) and Jeff Loomis (Nevermore, Conquering Dystopia).
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