One year after the release of the debut album Cinemascape release a digital EP called Bodily Harm. It consists of five tracks, some brand new and some older – but each one is newly mixed and mastered. We hope this album will work as a bridge between the debut album and the coming yet untitled second album.
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This spontaneous release was initially meant to be a remix single of Night Vision with a b-side, but we wanted to take the opportunity to spread some songs that were in the risk zone of being forgotten, as well as give our listeners a much needed sign of life.
Several great songs did not fit in on our debut and now, since the sound on our upcoming album is distinctly darker and edgier, we have run into the same dilemma again.
Visuals of Obedience and Blood & Vision have both been on our repertoire for a while, and we really feel that they deserve to be officially released.
Bodily Harm was the first track recorded for the upcoming album and as much as we liked it, it was obvious that it was too synthpop in comparison to the rest of the new material.
Likewise, Decay was considered for the new record but ultimately dropped in favour of other tracks that were more in line with the overall atmosphere of the album.
Skin to Skin is a playful reworking of Night Vision, the much appreciated opening track on our first album.