Singularity by Man Against Mankind

2017-01-26 04:59:24 UTC

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Man Against Mankind is a "one-man-band" project from Hungary. The project started the in 2015, November, as an experiment to see if it could create anything that could be called atmospheric, or ambient, or post-rock. The project has been running for more than a year now, and has released 6 albums so far.

'Have you ever felt like leaving behind this planet, travelling throught the solar system and not stopping until you have reached interstellar space? I have. This happened. Space has always inspired me, the idea of exploring the unkown is both exciting and petrifying. Also, space is so vast, that there is no such word which could describe it's emptyness. Therefore, if someone wants to get away from the problems and troubles of their everyday lives, space is an ideal place. 'Singularity' is kind of a concept album, where we leave behind our home planet and aim for the edge of the solar system."

Track List


  • From Singularity - 00:54 
  • Departure - 06:55 
  • The Point Of View Of An Astronaut - 03:33 
  • Around Me There's Only Darkness - 02:59 
  • I Am Voyager - 05:41 
  • Interstellar - 07:25 
  • To Singularity - 00:44


Genre : ambient, rock, atmospheric, instrumental, post, post-rock, progressive

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