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THRILLSVILLE - New EP Out In December, Presents New Music Video

Los Angeles (USA) based darkwave goth-pop artist Thrillsville has just released a music video for the track "The Fever". The track is taken from the upcoming EP entitled Say Goodbye To The Light, which will be released on 4th December. With art and animation by Patrick Surace, this mini-film was directed, edited and VFX by Precious Child, Shadow Sunrise LLC.

An amalgamation of dark electronic, industrial, synthpop, goth rock, dark dance, EBM and alternative rock, Thrillsville is the solo project of composer/producer Rani Sharone. Produced and mainly recorded in Sharone's own studio, for this release, Thrillsville worked with Ulrich Wild (Deftones, White Zombie, Static-X), a frequent collaborator, who co-mixed and mastered this EP.

This EP also features Gil Sharone (Marilyn Manson, Dillinger Escape Plan, Jerry Cantrell) on drums and Dominique Lenore Persi on backing vocals - both of which are also Rani Sharone's band members in Stolen Babies. This EP include two reworks of Stolen Babies songs "So Close" and "Second Sleep". Best known for his dark cabaret/experimental rock band Stolen Babies, Sharone has collaborated and performed with Puscifer, Marilyn Manson and TV/film composer Tyler Bates, to name a few.

"This EP represents my voice as a producer and artist. These five songs were therapy for me and all have their own vibe and style. My pop sensibility as well as my darker, cinematic and heavier side is represented on this release", says Rani Sharone. "Inspiration comes in many forms, but my prime motivation lately has been reality being so fucked up that it makes me escape it and get lost in my writing. Once I get a song idea amd mood sketched out - that’s usually when lyrics present themselves often times coming from scenarios from movies or life experience, but in the case of the "The Fever", the lyrics were directly inspired by the 1960’s Twilight Zone episode also titled The Fever, which in turn heavily inspired the narrative for the video."

Thrillsville's music and sound aesthetic is influenced by the music of  The Cure, The Sisters Of Mercy, Depeche Mode, Revolting Cocks, Mike Patton, Film Music and Bauhaus. Watch the video for "The Fever" in the player below. Link