Scopri nuova musica è un servizio di esplorazione musicale che ti offre consigli personalizzati in base alla musica che ascolti.

Crea il tuo profilo su Chiudi finestra



I tag degli altri

Altri tag


Non è ancora disponibile una descrizione per questo artista, vuoi contribuire?


Album più ascoltati


Aggiungi evento

Trend di ascolto

13.661ascoltatori totali
206.604scrobbling totali
Trend di ascoltatori recente:

Inizia a eseguire lo scrobbling e tieni traccia dei tuoi ascolti

Gli utenti di eseguono lo scrobbling della musica che ascoltano su iTunes, Spotify, sulla radio e su oltre 200 altri lettori.

Crea un profilo su


Aggiungi un commento. Accedi a o registrati.
  • LiamEBM


    18 Dic 2014 Rispondi
  • Zedan_Vasquez

    Absolutely. Now that's detailed. :) Thank you.

    9 Lug 2014 Rispondi
  • aaimon

    Zedan, hope this answers your questions:

    2 Giu 2014 Rispondi
  • Zedan_Vasquez

    Does somebody know how they come to the idea of the "∆" in their name? Was this just for some kind of optical amusement or does it have a deeper meaning? And more important: How is ∆aimon actually pronounced correctly? Just like "amen"? I'm listening to them for quite a while on Bandcamp now. Basically quite great and atmospheric music and I'm really tempted to buy some of their stuff, but I find the female vocals somewhat annoying to be honest.

    25 Apr 2014 Rispondi
  • zmbNovella

    Well, Seraphim gives a bad start into the album but from there on it just gets better. Definitely a good album, like it.

    14 Mar 2014 Rispondi
  • versionfiv

    "will definitely appeal to any fans of cold, dark, and occult aesthetics." nope.

    15 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • GrannyGreen

    I didn't LOVE it upon first listen like amen and FLATLINER, but I agree with Baletempest below me about it being more emotive, broader, and deeper. Every time I listen to it I find something else to love about it. The vocals are one of my favorite things about the release. This is the full-length I've been anticipating for years. I do prefer my witch house to be a lot more abrasive but that's just my personal taste - plus, ∆AIMON are doing their own thing, not just following a strict definition of witch house, if they even want to be called that themselves.

    3 Feb 2014 Rispondi
  • Baletempest

    Well I liked it... eventually. It took a few listens to grow on me and while it doesn't have the gloom of Amen or the otherworldliness elements of Flatliner, it's in many ways a rawer, more emotive album with a broader, deeper sound (seriously I'm on my 5th play through and still finding new elements in every song). I know the band reads this but screw it, I really, really like this album (not as much as Flatliner) and haven't seen anyone else make this point. Seperat0r: Honestly, listen again, all the things you liked are still there just mixed differently.

    17 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • aaimon

    welp that's definitely hard to read considering how much of ourselves we put into making the album exactly what we wanted it to be. for what it's worth, we're still very proud of all our releases, and thankfully the response to this album has been extremely favorable. regardless, we wouldn't have done anything differently...

    15 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • Seperat0r

    And to be clear: I didn't even expect them to follow the witch house brand and elements. I wanted them to set themselves apart by making the over-produced, proto-gothy, darkwave (?), ritualistic sound that they had been doing. Aimon was great because they weren't afraid to be a bit cheesy, a bit off-putting to people looking through the witch house bin, expecting shattered noise and synths and instead finding a more nostalgic and structured, almost pop-studio approach to music designed for its gothy atmosphere. It was defiantly goth, goth-revivalism, not goth for suburbia, not goth for middle-schoolers. This is for the vamp kids from South Park. I cringed my way through this album, and I mean, I listen to some corny shit, man. FUCK. I'm really upset about this.

    15 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • Seperat0r

    Wow, I'm sorry, but this new album is fucking garrrrrbage. They killed their sound. They removed every great element present on Amen and Flatliner and ruined the songs that they remade. I don't understand. I've loved Aimon for years and I was always anticipating an amazing full length album someday, but this is a total letdown. The guy's voice is corny as fuck (it was always corny, but they altered it to be really awesome before), her voice doesn't have the same gravity as it used to. They got rid of all the fuzz and most of the definitive witch house elements. This is a joke right? Please tell me I downloaded a fake album. Please tell me that this is not the direction they're going in. This is Hot Topic music. This is for mallgoths. I hate bashing a band that I should be giving the benefit of the doubt but this album is entirely, purely, subjectively, objectively BAD.

    15 Gen 2014 Rispondi
  • AlanVext

    Buy the new album on Bandcamp:

    14 Dic 2013 Rispondi
  • WoskuDoktor

    9 Dic 2013 Rispondi
  • aaaimon

    Go to Storming The Base and buy their new album. Limited edition stuff & Standard editions are for sale!

    6 Dic 2013 Rispondi
  • narrowdeep


    20 Nov 2013 Rispondi
  • skinnydrifter

    Maasym (VS//YOUTHCLUB Remix) FOR FUCKING FOREVER...............

    16 Set 2013 Rispondi
  • NinjaTravisLee

    Why does the guy on the right look so disgusted lol life's not THAT horrible

    13 Set 2013 Rispondi
  • aaaimon


    12 Set 2013 Rispondi
  • ghettogothic


    27 Mag 2013 Rispondi
  • skinnydrifter

    Haujobb remix of FLATLINER is great. I prefer the cold side of witch house as opposed to the rap hip hop side.

    20 Apr 2013 Rispondi
  • Tutti i messaggi (76)

Maggiori ascoltatori