Chamber of Echoes

In preparation for our album release, we are going to begin releasing free singles one at a time. It’s been a very long time since our last full length album release, about 4 years to be exact, but with good reason.

4 years ago, we almost had our album “World of Silence” complete. Unfortunately because of a break-in, our main computer, all of our sessions, backup files, and backup hard drives were stolen. We literally lost EVERYTHING. We knew we had to recreate it.

Fast forward 2 years later, we were working with a wonderful producer, and again, “World of Silence” was ALMOST complete. Near the end of the production of the album, we got the bad news that the hard disk on his computer had been corrupted, and his back up drive with all of the sessions had been fried from a power surge. Again, everything was lost except for a few MP3s of the mixes he had sent to us in our e-mail. Absolute devastation.

Now here we are today. We have recreated this album for the THIRD TIME ;) But not all is lost because now our music has evolved to something greater than we could have foreseen. I guess third time’s a charm, right?

The track above, “Limitless”, was one of the last salvageable files remaining from our second time recreating this album. We decided to keep it as is, and not try to recreate it, because a lot of sound design and work went into producing it that would be hard to replicate. We took the file, cleaned it up, and now are giving it to you, because we didn’t want something with so much meaning to us to go unheard.

We hope you enjoy it. Thank you everyone for your support through the years, and for sticking by us through and through. Though it has been a long time, we promise this album will be worth the wait. Everything happens for a reason.

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Chamber of Echoes

Chamber of Echoes‘ Second Release

Originally Released: 2011

The story of Asylum is about total loss of mental stability to where the person doesn’t know whether or not to believe or trust their own thoughts. They are also confused as to how this mental loss is happening so fast, rust collecting on their mental walls, shutting out any kind of light (stability), thus making their mind even more fragile. They face an internal mental suffering and decay from which they feel they have no escape, and seek refuge in a state of asylum. The sickness they face causes too much anguish, hate, and resentment and denial to the point where they choke on their own words ultimately cutting off their own voice.

When they lose themselves in the shadows, they yearn for a glimmer of salvation to rescue them from their disease and harvest their last moments of stability, where in the very last moment of hope they make a full recovery.

CD booklet with customized art and design work by Korolenkov.

Released through Interscope Records.

Mastered at Capitol Records, Hollywood, CA.

“The Asylum EP is indicative of all that Chamber of Echoes has to offer: excellently produced layers of rocking industrial and dark emotions that will surely enable Klaryssa Korolenkov and company to ascend to the top of the underground.” -Ilker Yucell, ReGen Magazine
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Unbound and Set Free + Under Lock and Key (CD1)

Chamber of Echoes

Unbound and Set Free + Under Lock & Key

Chamber of Echoes‘ First Release

Originally Released: 2010

This album juxtaposes five of the same songs recorded by two different production teams. Eager to capture a sound different from what was produced by Jay Gordon (Orgy, Trick Faktory) alongside well-known Hollywood recording studio NRG Recordings for “Under Lock and Key”.

Korolenkov then recorded and reproduced the songs again with ArtiSans Label Studios.

The result, “Unbound and Set Free,” provides an album Korolenkov describes as void of the “manufactured cut-n-paste sound”ed cut-n-paste sound.”

CD booklet with customized cross foldout design, and original digital paintings and design work by Korolenkov.

Mastered at Capitol Records, Hollywood, CA.

“If Amy Lee of Evanescence and Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails were fused together in some Sci-Fi accidental Star Trek like transporter incident, the result would be the birth of Klaryssa Korolenkov, the heart and soul of Chamber of Echoes.” – Mikey Jayy, Artists In Music Awards

“Klaryssa Korolenkov has an intriguing EP in the darkwave/industrial mold. One side is the major label idea of her music and the other, the EP the way she wanted it. Either way “Esoteric” charges along nicely and sees Korolenkov’s sharp vocals dance against a strongly emphasized beat.” – Luna Kafe
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