Deathpact releases ‘Cipher Two’ EP, the second extended play in a month from the mysterious ellipsoid

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Deathpact releases ‘Cipher Two’ EP, the second extended play in a month from the mysterious ellipsoidDeathpact Cipher Two 1

Deathpact has released his second EP in about a month’s time, Cipher Two. The five-track project comes with two newly released tracks: “Interference Two” and “Suspect.” Clad in mystery and bass house harmonies, the ovate enigma released “Formality” and “End of Time” earlier this month. Similar to Cipher One, the extended play begins with a three-second vocal melody of the word “death,” jovially jumping around with no sense of fear.

“Interference Two” plays with Deathpact’s signature sub bass surrounded by grungy percussion elements and vocal synths. Listeners are also introduced to a voice melody toward the end that mimics as an acoustic guitar. “Suspect” reveals a menacing tone, playing with distorted synths and other vocal chops that take quite the rhythmic role.