Stromkern ‎– Armageddon

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WTII Records ‎– WTII 010
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Tracklist

1 Terrorist 3:36
2 Histories 4:11
3 Re-Align 5:51
4 Melt 6:45
5 My Salvation 5:20
6 No Release 5:25
7 Night Riders 5:28
8 Strange Day Dawning 2:05
9 Perfect Sunrise 4:49
10 Armageddon 5:32

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Credits

Notes

Recorded and Mixed at SPF-45 Studios 6/2000-7/2001.
Mastered @ Master-X, 8/2001.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 01676 00102 1
  • Matrix / Runout: C4 180724-01 6805-WTII10LE1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SC 015 Stromkern Armageddon(CD, Album) Scanner (2) SC 015 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
none Stromkern Armageddon(10xFile, FLAC, Album) WTII Records none US 2013
WTII010 Stromkern Armageddon / Perfect Remix(CD, Album + CD, Enh + Ltd, Num) WTII Records WTII010 US 2001 Sell This Version
none Stromkern Armageddon (Limited Edition)(18xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) WTII Records none US 2015
SC 015L Stromkern Armageddon(CD, Album + CD, Enh + Box, Ltd) Scanner (2) SC 015L Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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neckro

neckro

April 4, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
A nice effort which sees Stromkern sternly rejecting most of the cliches that plague most EBM/electro these days. There are a couple obligatory club anthems ("Re-Align" and "Perfect Sunrise", unsurprisingly the two singles), but the rest of the album is quite refreshing to hear, and combines lots of creative synthwork with classical overtones and even some hip-hop styling. Ned Kirby doesn't appear to have the greatest range as a vocalist, but he compensates well by being more rhythmic than melodic. The hip-hop stylings on a couple of tracks ("Terrorist", "My Salvation") are a nice touch as well.
technosapien

technosapien

February 25, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Stromkern mixes industrial with a vocal style that is reminiscent of hip-hop... basically he has a quick delivery and the tracks are wordy. He pulls this off brilliantly, it definitely is a change of pace from most industrial released these days. This is a really addictive album, they really tease you by not putting all the lyrics on the album sleeve as when you listen to it you always want to know exactly what they're saying.