Back To The Future With Remastered Versions Of The First 7 Albums Of Canadian Space Synth Act DELERIUM

3 April 2022

Who: Canadian new-age ambient electro duo, formed in 1987.
It started as the side project of the influential industrial music
act Front Line Assembly.

Active: 1987-present
Albums: 14 – with Mythologie
as the most recent one in 2016.

AllMusic about the band: “A joint effort by Rhys Fulber and former Front Line Assembly bandmate Bill Leeb, the successful project Delerium has produced some of the most unusual sounds to emanate from Vancouver, Canada. With Leeb responsible for finding samples, writing lyrics, creating basslines, sequencing, and overseeing the project and Fulber handling the sampling and programming and using a chords/string pad to craft additional melodies and arrangements, the group’s sound is a dance-inspiring mix of electronics and post-industrial attitude.”

The first seven DELERIUM albums are reissued
now via Metropolis Records. Digital versions here.
2xLP & CD formats arrive on 6 May.

press photo by Eric “Rodent” Cheslak

Their debut LP Faces, Forms And Illusions saw the day of light in 1989. It was originally released as a side project by members of Front Line Assembly. An album that brims with atmospheric experimentalism, electronic soundscapes, pulsing rhythms combining to create a work that is transcendent, and darkly spiritual.

Now newly remastered.
Discover the start of
Delerium‘s never-ending
trip in space here…

Here are, in one digital piece,
all 7 remastered versions

DELERIUM: Story – Facebook

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