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“When Painkillers Fail (T-Lilith Archive, Vol. 1)” is a nu metal/death metal/groove metal album written and produced by Catherine Corelli in 2007-08, re-mastered and released on December 14th, 2018.
Reborn Heart is a punk-pop/synth-rock/hip-hop album released in its remastered form on August 30th, 2018. The video below tells the stories behind the songs. Enjoy the music!
Outta Gehenna is a hip-hop / punk pop / alt-rock album that was first published a while ago in 2010 on Jamendo in its raw unpolished form. It underwent dramatic changes sonically, instrumentally, and vocally after it was fully re-recorded, re-mixed and re-edited by Catherine Corelli and Jonathan Acosta.
The playlist to the right features EDM singles which I’ve envisioned as part of a future album. The music here ranges from trance and house to bass and techno. I can’t really put my finger on it and tell you what would be the dominant genre here. Let’s just say, it’s EDM. Play it and hear for yourself. And better get ready to dance!
i Alice: Severance is a metalcore/hardcore/nu metal album with death metal influences. It has been a power struggle in so many ways: an emotional ordeal and unique experience, a creative challenge, and a musical journey that took much longer than expected. I didn't know it was going to end on a positive note when I was just getting started! I thought it was going to be much darker. But life went on, and in the end, a few brighter songs in the second half had changed the landscape of this album. Enjoy the story, and enjoy the songs!
Slutlips is a horror/drama/thriller film that is delivered in a shape of a musical album but exceeds the usual limitations of such an art form and includes entire voice acting sequences, combines instrumental baroque music with soundtrack/song structures, explores weird combos like a classic orchestra playing as it would have been a metalcore band. It also includes beautiful jazz parts arranged, composed, and performed by a brilliant multi-instrumentalist Alan Wild Matthews, who played trombone, trumpet, saxophone, guitar, and voice acted for this album.
The nonlinear plot evolves through the eyes of two main characters—Lily and Alice—and follows them through the surreal David Lynch ‘esque situations and sequences that in time reveal the full story, a story of toxic relationships, child abuse, daddy issues, homicide, and police investigation peppered with flat-out humor, dready soundscapes, and musical twists you wouldn’t expect around the corner. Slutlips heavily refers to such masterpieces by David Lynch as Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, and Lost Highway; quotes characters from Charmed, Supernatural,Ken Park, Pulp Fiction, and even video games like Thief. Sometimes shockingly dreadful, sometimes ridiculously comic, painfully dramatic at the core, it is based on real stories of abuse, but takes it into a fantasy world of fiction making you wonder whether it is just you or does its thorny beauty contain a charm far beyond what meets the ear.