DiipSilence released another instrumental that portrays the end of the world. On the face of it, this seems like a weird combination: an electronic composer creating something as chaotic and intense as an apocalyptic suite. No matter how odd it appears, it works really well.

The press release states that “[t]he song describes a lonely spirit that is wondering among a wasteland; which incorporates both acoustic and electronic instrumentations”. Each version of the song generates this imagery well. Yes, DiipSilence released two versions of “The Apocalypse”, the original and an orchestral rendition

The orchestral arrangement works slightly better at portraying the apocalypse, as it sticks to traditional instruments pounding drums and female vocals, which DiipSilence performed. The original track, works well too, only it employs some electronic elements and beats in addition to the orchestra.


You can pick up a copy of “The Apocalypse” on DiipSilence’s bandcamp page and stream on a number of sites (here’s a list!), including Spotify