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For your specific example "Too late, all gone" by How To Destroy Angels, most of the vocals sound a lot like they were processed digitally from the same female vocal. There is also a male vocal for repetition. But considering its quite limited use and different tone than the back vocals, I think that most harmonizing vocals are obtained digitally using auto ...
Although they could be multiple vocal tracks as per slim's answer, there are also dedicated effects, vocal harmonic processors, that automatically reharmonize sounds including singing. The can come as dedicated effects units, e.g. the DigiTech Vocalist Live 3 , or software modules, e.g. Antares Harmony Engine Evo. Most of the units for vocal processing ...
I believe that in this case they have simply recorded multiple vocal tracks. Each track has different effects applied - EQ, bit crunching, distortion, reverb in various combinations. In addition, it's very likely that the vocal recordings have been chopped up into short samples and arranged in a DAW.
Bootleg remix - is a term used when a producer remixes a finished song without access to vocals, bass, melody etc. Remix - In a normal remix the producer normaly has access to vocals, bass, melody etc. And can remix them too, not just put a new layer of sound on it.
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