Oozing out of Toronto like blood from a fatal head wound. Crimescene is a creepy dark-ambient electronica syndicate from the city David Cronenberg calls home. Those who are bold and strong of stomach may find themselves dancing to the textured beats and eerie melodies that emanate from Crimescene's debut CD 'Rapture'. Others may prefer simply to sit in a dimly-lit room and listen to the ten macabre tracks while imagining themselves within a spine-tingling thriller or a phantasmagoric science-fiction landscape. The 72 minutes of 'Rapture' traverse a broad spectrum of atmospheres, from the shrieking, skull slamming industrial onslaught of the opening track 'I Am Legend', to the melancholy voices of 'Etheric Double Vision', the brooding menace of 'Crystal Night', the pulsing, hyper-spatial drones of 'Aerial Surveillance', and the shimmering strains of 'Rapture'. Film buffs will particularly enjoy the mordent snippets of Alfred Hitchcock in 'Master of Suspense', the dark humoured fugue of Vertigo voices in 'Find The Key', and the tribute to fright-meister William Castle as Crimescene re-interprets Vic Mizzy's catchy title music from the classic Castle film 'The Night Walker'. The chief perpetrator of Crimescene is Toronto writer/composer Richard Feren, who established Haemorrhage Music Products in 1987 as a source for weird independent music, up until now produced on cassettes. Mr. Feren is a classically-trained violinist, former college radio DJ, author of three produced plays, and an award-winning theatre composer who has crafted soundscapes for acclaimed theatre personalities Daniel MacIvor, Sky Gilbert, Michael Hollingsworth, Daniel Brooks, and many others. He is also contributing his talent for textural melodies to various independent films. Crimescene is the corpse-riddled intersection of Mr. Feren's life-long interest in horror films, science-fiction, emotionally suggestive music and dark humour. We at Haemorrhage Music Products hope that it will infect you in the most scintillating manner.