Sounds that Kill

by Waveshaper

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Creed H. Quinn
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Creed H. Quinn The album really has an 80's action feel to it. More in the vein of Cobra than what I was expecting and that's not a detraction cause I freaking love Cobra.

Waveshaper is always a solid performer and this is just another notch on his already heavily marked belt. Favorite track: Survival (feat. Robert Parker).
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Huzlah420 I love this record because it sounds like an action movie that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world that's inhabited by future hackers, bikers, gangs, bounty hunters, cyborgs, and scavengers searching for useful junk. Man I got a wild imagination but seriously that's some good shit. Thank You. Favorite track: Survival (feat. Robert Parker).
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Diarmaid The album that introduced me to Waveshaper. An artist whom everything he touches turns to gold... delicious synthy gold. Favorite track: Time Will Tell.
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EndLevelBoss Love this album. I imagine myself putting my eye patch over my scarred eye. Then, surveying the post-apocalyptic, war-torn neon and fire lit streets of the city with my good eye. I pick up my gun and begin the nightly hunt for mutants and raiders. Will I survive another night? Yes. Because I know the Sounds That Kill. Favorite track: Bright Shadows.
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red flare graf So retro, love the beats. Favorite track: Survival (feat. Robert Parker).
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Lucy This whole album is just perfect. I love every song, but my favorite is Awakening. This artist is so talented. The music in this album sounds like it could be in some kind of mythical type of 80s movie ... or at least it does to me. ;-) Keep making great music, Waveshaper and I'll keep buying it! Favorite track: Awakening.
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The year is 1996.

Four years after the Computer Outbreak of 1992, survival is the only thing that matters.

Although colonies have been rebuilt with time, humanity’s fate is still far from bearable. Living each day is a necessity, but surviving the next is something often considered to be an impossibility. Each sunrise offers a new barrage of lethal obstacles more difficult than the previous and each sunset offers only the smallest sliver of solace.

This is a story of a man whose only weapons are his synthesizers and a woman who fights by his side.

Together, they combat the challenges faced while living in a silent world.

Together, they create sounds that kill.


WAVESHAPER is an artist combining analog gear with modern equipment.

HW synthesizers used:

Roland Jupiter 4

Korg MS-20

Roland Juno 106

Roland SH-101

Godwin String Symphony 849

ARP 2600

Minimoog model D

Thanks: Telefuture, Lunar Boogie, Peter Hecher, Sarah Lemke, Kalle Andersson, Steve Jenkins, Atom Delta, Disco I mitt Hjärta, Sir Ridley, Riddlis, Rick Shithouse, Ion, Neon Vice, Kid Flash UK, KALAX, Palm HighWay Chase, Blooded the Brave, F, Marco Maric, MP Ritvola, Luigi Donatello, Maniac Synth, Rad Universe. Blackmill Studios


released April 3, 2014

Co producer Robert Parker for "Survival" collaboration and synth add on some of the tracks!

Artwork by Shyguys

Photography by Joakim Reimer



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