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Psyclo – The 18th Floor in Hell

Psyclo - The 18th Floor in Hell

Psyclo sounds like the dark wave project of an old black metal musician. It’s terrifying in scope and soundscape.

The 18th Floor in Hell begins innocently enough with a keyboard pattern that echo Japan’s classic “Ghosts“. But, later, with each passing verse, maniacal laughter, vocal volume swells, and the uneasy lyrical refrain create a chilling a welcome.

It all ends with the sound of a creature devouring something which most likely is the protagonists’ very soul. By the time it’s over, you’re ready to enjoy life again, having just been the witness of one facet of hell.

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