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Jamsphere Magazine Reviews the Apocalypse Soundtrack
Check out their take on the album and its bonus tracks
Posted in Apocalypse Soundtrack, Music, Reviews on August 12, 2021
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Jamsphere Magazine Review of Apocalypse, The Doll Chronicles (Original Soundtrack)

The Jamsphere Music Magazine review of Apocalypse: The Doll Chronicles (Original Soundtrack) is out! Read it here:

“the haunting melodies and atmospheres will hold your attention scrupulously as it gradually magnifies in darkness and urgency”

“Hauntingly atmospheric and staggering in its scope, “Apocalypse: The Doll Chronicles (Original Soundtrack)” is here to assert itself as deeply compelling evidence for the gargantuan artistic value of Franco Esteve’s scoring work.”

Thank you Jamsphere! Wow! ? I’m elated that y’all enjoyed it so much.


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A Moment of Madness Music Single Cover Art by Franco Esteve

A Moment of Madness is out!

Listen to the theme from the upcoming series, Fragments of Madness on Apple Music, Bandcamp,,  Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, or at your favorite online store or streaming service. Available NOW!

More info about the song here.