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Another Lovely Album From A Lovely Man...

Considering this man is probably one of the most dedicated and true artists in this industry, it's no surprise that those qualities leak into his work as well, making this album full of dancing, sex, and utter William Control-ness.

Support the artist supporting you, and actually buy this record.

It is absolutely beautiful

One of the best albums of the year

William Control - a true musician

William never stops to amaze me, and this album is a perfect example of his talents. Spread across 12 new songs and a Joy Division cover, Silentium Amoris is a must have for any fan of good, honest music. Electronica is a very specific genre, but Control manages to reach out to a wider audience, thanks to gripping choruses, catchy melodies, and beautiful lyrics.
The thing that I value the most is the honesty and dedication that this musician has towards his fans, I will always support him.

Biography

Born: 2008 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

William Control is the darkwave solo venture of Seattle musician William Francis, who helmed the popular emo-goth band Aiden from their 2003 formation to their breakup in 2016. Initially launched as a conceptual side project in 2008, Francis soon began to use the William Control moniker on a full-time basis, further developing his enigmatic horror punk persona over a series of albums that pulled from electronic, punk, goth, and industrial. Beginning with his conceptual 2008 debut, Hate Culture, Control...
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