As Arcane Machine has evolved over the years, it’s been fun discovering what kinds of moods and themes emerge based on Justin and Ed’s selections. A very strong one emerged this Chapter, revolving around religion and the end of the world. You’ll explore a “Dead Planet” from Front Line Assembly and wander “Cities in Dust” from Siouxsie and the Banshees. You’ll pray for salvation with E Nomine’s “Vater Unser.” And finally, you’ll be treated to an in-depth examination of both Juno Reactor and Laibach’s interpretations of “God is God.”
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1 – “Cities in Dust” by Siouxsie and the Banshees from the album Tinderbox (1986)
2 – “More” by Odonis Odonis from the album Spectrums (2021)
3 – “Dead Planet” by Front Line Assembly from the album Epitaph (2001)
4 – “Regenerate” by A Projection from the album In A Different Light (2022)
5 – “Vater Unser” by E Nomine from the album Das Testament (1999)
6 – “Ultra Heavy Black” by SKOLD from the album The Undoing [Deluxe] (2016)
7 – “God is God” by Juno Reactor from the album Bible of Dreams (1997)
8 – “God is God” by Laibach from the album Jesus Christ Superstars (1996)