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Hm...sounds a bit like some of the Cure and other New Wave/Shoegaze bands I like. Thanks for posting that, because I may have to listen to more of their stuff!

Anyway, to answer your question, a good flanger is the first ingredient:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyU1RHX4w6I&sns=em

A Chorus or octave generator will help broaden the sounds. A good reverb will give you some "space".

Tremolo, Rotary, or (possibly) auto wah pedal will get you the shifting texture, accentuate that "wobble". My guess would be one of the first two would be most likely.

The "darkness" will be mainly a function of the interaction of your guitar's tuning, its pickups and your overall rig's settings. IOW, it's knob-turning time.
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Last edited by dannyalcatraz at Sep 4, 2015,