She Past Away ‎– Belirdi Gece

Dead Scarlet Records ‎– DS022
CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, 1st Edition


Limited to 500 hand-numbered digipak copies, 1st pressing edition.

Due to a printing error, the incorrect cat # 'DS023' appears on the release itself.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none She Past Away Belirdi Gece(CDr, Album) Remoov none Germany 2012 Sell This Version
FP008-2 She Past Away Belirdi Gece(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE) Fabrika Records FP008-2 Greece 2014 Sell This Version
FP008-3 She Past Away Belirdi Gece(LP, Album, RP) Fabrika Records FP008-3 Greece 2015 Sell This Version
none She Past Away Belirdi Gece (10xFile, Album) Not On Label (She Past Away Self-released) none Turkey 2012
FP008-1 She Past Away Belirdi Gece(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE) Fabrika Records FP008-1 Greece 2013 Sell This Version


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September 20, 2014

They had a great performance at Castle Party in July 2014 in Bolków, Poland. I was there :)


December 31, 2013
Being around on YouTube for a while now, the Turkish project with the strange name She Past Away finally released their début album Belirdi Gece now on vinyl via Fabrika Records. The music of She Past Away cannot be described other than with the adjective 'extraordinary'. They make darkwave, heavily influenced by the 80's pioneers of this genre, like Clan of Xymox and The Frozen Autumn. Still, She Past Away sound different than many other contemporary darkwave projects. Within the scene their name already spread like wildfire and their music is celebrated as the dark sound of the 21st century. Driven by minimalistic sample loops and neat guitar melodies, supported by deep vocals reminiscent of Andrew Eldritch's, She Past Away create a catching atmosphere without being pathetic.

There couldn't be a better song to introduce the album Belirdi Gece than 'Sanrı'. This track is perfect, from the beginning to the end. The melody, the vocals and the loops are remarkable. 'Sanrı' generates the red line that will lead through the album and whets your appetite for more.
Next comes 'Rituel' which continues the feel and the atmosphere of 'Sanrı'. The same goes for the following tracks, 'Monoton' and 'Kasvetli Kutlama'. These pieces showcase the formula of She Past Away´s success: Throughout the songs the main theme is repeated continuously, at some point the vocals set in. The songs, interestingly, do not get boring, but rather develop a state of trance in the listener's mind.
'İnsanlar' is another killer-track. It starts with a bright New Order like tune, until it suddenly evolves into a much darker gothic melody, returning in the refrain to a positive, almost epic atmosphere. I hardly dare say, but maybe this is their best piece.
The title-track 'Belirdi Gece (Musallat)' continues with the darker feelings of 'İnsanlar'. It is one of the longer songs on the album. 'Ruh' is another monolith and nestles to the already established trance mood.
The most minimalistic song is 'Kemir Beni'. Reminiscent of early D.A.F. (but much darker) an EBM crowd would love it, I presume.
'Bozbulanýk' and 'İce Kapanıs' round the album up; the first continues with the speed of the album, the latter, an instrumental track, fades the album out.

The album Belirdi Gece consists of ten songs, which are monolithic. It is hard to say, which one is their best (they have no worst). If I had to decide I still would have to name three songs: 'Sanrı' (Hallucination'), 'İnsanlar' ('Humans') and 'Ruh' ('Spirit').

If I wouldn't have learned Turkish already, I would do it now.

André Savetier