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Last night to VOTE VOTE VOTE for best LA AVANT-INDIE artist!

It’s the last night to vote for your favorite emerging artists in the LA area, and one of my personal favorite packs of creeps, GRYPT, happens to be on the list for best AVANT-INDIE act of 2015!

 

You can make your vote by clicking HERE! The nominees are found on the right-hand side, and no registration is needed to cast your vote!

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GRYPT goes deeper than a live IRL performance. They’re also known for diving into interactive works, like their interactive horror narrative that can be found on their website, and for their work on the soundtrack for the surreal horror game/audio experience, Tonight You Die.

(Click HERE to go to my article and read more about my experience with Tonight You Die!)

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Tonight You Die – An Unnerving Brutalist Cityscape Explorer

Tonight You Die – An Unnerving Brutalist Cityscape Explorer

You’re dropped of in a bleak, desolate wasteland of a brutalist city. The only signs of human existence are the lamp posts that slightly illuminate your environment and the sounds of your own echoing footsteps. As you walk around the city, you slowly begin to realize that this is it. That’s what’s here. It’s just you. You’re alone. But are you really?

The only thing that you can know for certain is that tonight, you die.

With the game title as the only clue as to what lies at the end of your questionably solitary exploration, mixed with GRYPT’s equally as ominous soundtrack, it seems as if your own lingering feeling of paranoia is the only thing that ever truly accompanies you.

Overall, the 1st person horror experience is pleasantly spooky. Especially when sitting alone in my room in the dark with nothing but grim and dissonant tones echoing throughout the place over the speakers.

Tonight You Die is available for Mac, Linux, and PC as a free (or pay what you want) game through Duende Games.

You can also check out GRYPT‘s ill-fated soundtrack, as well as other hauntingly gritty remixes below:

Both are available through TonightYouDie.com

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