‘Hazy, Entrancing & Suspenseful ‘ | Interview with SINTHFYLE

Delve into the abyss of dark sound as SINTHFYLE takes you on a haunting journey through the depths of a moody, dystopian soundscape. Read our discussion with the artist below!

Describe your sound in 3 words

Hazy, Entrancing & Suspenseful

Tell us a few things about Metamorphosis of Flesh. What is the main idea behind it?

Metamorphosis of Flesh was the first track I had written for this album back in September of last year. I had sought to create something that had a lot of groove, but still kept a lingering mood of suspense and space. To me, this song carries a sense of transformation, and its title reflects that. The main idea of the song, and even the entire album is change. To vanquish who you thought you were, and create a new self. To replace complacency with malice, or sacrificing heart for mind.

Darkest synth arpeggio you wish you had composed yourself?

After my initial listen, I completely fell in love with the synth arpeggio of Cutthroat by S U R V I V E, so I think that would be my answer.

Adding to our previous question, If aliens visit us and ask us what darksynth music is, which album would you give them to listen to?

I think I would have to let them take a listen to Leather Terror by Carpenter Brut.

Are we on a slippery slope towards dystopia?

No. In my opinion, I don’t think society could reach that point of no return.

What isn’t a crime but should be?


If the music of your debut album, The Embryo, was a horror film, which film would that be?

I think I would have to pick Halloween II.

What is the story behind your name?

The name was something that just came together one night. I was working on Xenolith, my first single, and after a couple hours I finished the track. A thought had quickly crossed my mind after thinking of what my name should be: Synth File. After some brainstorming, I ended up stylizing it as SINTHFYLE.

Thank you!


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