Nearly a decade ago in 1996, Rob Wentz and Paul Karlik began to take their experimental musical ideas and put them together into what we now know as Monstrum Sepsis. After releasing their first three albums on Paraminion, they were signed to the popular new electronic music label WTII Records for the re-release of their excellent third album Deep Sea Creatures. This album was a great milestone for this band as it seemed to break out of the abyss and bring the name of Monstrum Sepsis to light across the nation and throughout parts of the world.|
The band then took the next logical step that seems to be a popular move in the underground electronic music scene lately, to release an EP based on some of the successful works of the previous album. This brought about the release Doors and Windows. These two artists continued to build on their experimental talents combining Trance, Industrial, Trip-Hop, Power Noise, Ambient soundscapes and hard-hitting Drum 'n Bass. The ability to mix all of this up into an enjoyable album takes hard work, imagination and talent, and this duo pull it off well. The next step came about in spring of 2005 with the release of their awesome new album movement, picking right up where they left off delving into new experimental and powerful territory.
While their works are quite experimental, they still manage to pull together some nice accessible tracks which many listeners of the Gothic Paradise radio shows will recognize. And so they continue to build on what they've started and we hope for more to come. Be sure to listen to the Gothic Paradise club mix radio show for a variety of selections past and present.