by Trinity Ward

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Every so often you have to take the mould, break it, and bake it with the heat of nuclear fission. Reactor is just that. It’s unlike any of my other albums in it’s uptempo, in-your-face collisions of industrial intensity even though it's still cooked on the same sci-fi elements.


Named 18th Best Indie Album of 2014 by NBTMusic Radio

Includes the track Evaporator, named 52nd Best Song of 2014 by NBTMusic Radio (Germany)

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released February 15, 2014

All songs and artwork by Trinity Ward.

A special thank you to Phil Crowder and 92.2 Sheppey FM (UK), Simon Thomas and Sine FM 102.6 (Doncaster, UK), Martin Turner and DCR Dover Community Radio (UK), Martin and The NBT Music Radio Station (Germany), RelaxFree Radio (US), Sequences Podcast (Australia), Echochamber podcast (Germany), Earbits Radio (US) and Traxx on RTV Krimpenerwaard (Netherlands) for playing Trinity Ward.

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Scifitronica: Science fiction electronica

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Track Name: Collider
The future of mankind is being decided behind closed doors. In laboratories all over the world, scientists are working on projects designed to take man beyond the confines of the solar system.