Dead Poets Society, will take you on an intelligent electronic and gothic journey through the inner space of the human soul and the technological age, with their debut album, THE ELECTRIC HAZE. Open your heart and share the agonizing story of a young rape victim struggling to cope in 'I Don't (andrea's fault mix)' or the energetic hit dance single 'Quintessential'. Fancy yourself a fan of electronica, check out the title hit 'The Electric Haze' Their sound has been described as a diverse combination of hard dance (juno reactor, enigma, yello) and goth (siouxsie and the banshees, collide, and distorted reality). Experience the world that resides between organic life and artificial intelligence....The Electric Haze. Reviews 'Count Dead Poets Society as one of the few modern and innovative bands in the sub-cultural underground of the disenfranchised that is defining Electronic Goth. Pop culture is a roomful of mirrors, which means that there are infinite possibilities for unflattering angles. Not here! The Electric Haze is a celebration of the soul, infused with powerful rhythm, ambient techno improvisation and infectious industrial groove. This recording tells a story of it's own. Three musicians, Wa's driving beats, Tim Gibson's chord-and-melody interplay, and Raven Nightshado, keyboards and vocals, come together to create an original voice which transcends musical boundaries. A highly recommended musical experience with seamless vision, spirited interplay and dynamic complexity.' - Carla Archuletta The Global Muse.com 'On their new CD 'The Electric Haze', Dead Poets Society manages sounding like your favorite music from the recent past while having their feet planted firmly in the future of electronic music. Mixing manual instrument manipulation with computer generated loops, each title morphs and mutates into a cross hybridization of familiar and totally new sounds. Complex beats and crisp synthetics juxtaposed with gothic rock and exotic sounds augment songs that begin with lush ambient atmospheres. Tracks sounding like sweeping cinematic scores turn into music hard enough to bruise the dance floor. A gene splicing of New Order, BIGOD20 and Future Sounds of London might sound something like Dead Poets Society. While the title track 'The Electric Haze' and 'The Portal' are outstanding examples of their sound, the Martin Dennyesque 'I Dream of Japan' is pure exotica and shows this bands range and hints at surprises yet to come.' -- M.W. Siereveld To The Bone.com.