Friday, January 11, 2013

CD Review: Flexus Reflects On The Past With "Succubus Humanitas"

From Venice, Italy comes Flexus with a new full-length album entitled “Succubus Humanitas.” This release is a collection of songs recorded between 1998 and 2000. His music is described as electronic gothic instrumentals with dark overtones.

The songs allow you to explore and expand your mind as in the opening song, “Visions of Hell.” The mostly keyboard driven piece allows you to get lost within the music. The music of “Three” has a more upbeat appeal, but the eeriness of “Dark Thoughts” and “Techspaces” is where you begin to appreciate his style. Flexus hits the club with the dance floor beats of “Distance,” but quickly returns to the darkness of “Moonlight” and “Respira.” The album closes with the quick, two-minute keyboard/demon sounding “Mors Triumphat.”

Flexus has a video for the song, “Moonlight” ( from the new release. To find out more, please visit

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