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Double red colored vinyl LP pressing. Anniversary edition. Produced by Ulrich Wild (Pantera, Deftones, Static-X), the cinematic album transports listeners on an ominous journey, as a dynamic blend of instrumentation (including the band's first and only use of drum programming) and haunting lyricism evoke it's namesake's tortured soul. Among the most popular tracks is "Apex Predator," a twisted chant, in which Hydra becomes enraptured with one of her victims. As the song progresses, she begins to question her sanity-and whether the woman she captured exists at all. Released as a single, the song was accompanied by a provocative visual, filmed at an abandoned hospital and directed by P.R. Brown (The Smashing Pumpkins, Evanescence, Slipknot).
Double red colored vinyl LP pressing. Anniversary edition. Produced by Ulrich Wild (Pantera, Deftones, Static-X), the cinematic album transports listeners on an ominous journey, as a dynamic blend of instrumentation (including the band's first and only use of drum programming) and haunting lyricism evoke it's namesake's tortured soul. Among the most popular tracks is "Apex Predator," a twisted chant, in which Hydra becomes enraptured with one of her victims. As the song progresses, she begins to question her sanity-and whether the woman she captured exists at all. Released as a single, the song was accompanied by a provocative visual, filmed at an abandoned hospital and directed by P.R. Brown (The Smashing Pumpkins, Evanescence, Slipknot).
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Hydra (10th Anniversary) [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] (Red) (Aniv)
Artist: OTEP
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $29.98
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Double red colored vinyl LP pressing. Anniversary edition. Produced by Ulrich Wild (Pantera, Deftones, Static-X), the cinematic album transports listeners on an ominous journey, as a dynamic blend of instrumentation (including the band's first and only use of drum programming) and haunting lyricism evoke it's namesake's tortured soul. Among the most popular tracks is "Apex Predator," a twisted chant, in which Hydra becomes enraptured with one of her victims. As the song progresses, she begins to question her sanity-and whether the woman she captured exists at all. Released as a single, the song was accompanied by a provocative visual, filmed at an abandoned hospital and directed by P.R. Brown (The Smashing Pumpkins, Evanescence, Slipknot).
        
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