The Teknoist ‎– ...Like A Hurricane Made Of Zombies

Ad Noiseam ‎– adn103lp
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album



  • Artwork By – Raul Sinier
  • Engineer [Cut By]LXC
  • Mastered ByC-drik*


Track D2 is a remix / cover of Opening Up and Closing Down

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adn103 The Teknoist …Like A Hurricane Made Of Zombies(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ad Noiseam adn103 Germany 2008
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July 28, 2012
This is truly superb. Moments of peace and beauty, passages of rage and fury, haunting melodies and dark introspection. This album is one of the best I have ever heard.


October 10, 2009

I generally despise when people use the phrase "all killer and no filler" to describe releases because it invariably leads to disappointment. Even if it takes some time, the reality almost always reveals itself as a few choice tracks that you would happily play out and the remainder which, if you're lucky, will be appreciable at home or, if you're not, will be immediately forgotten and left to gather dust wherever it is that you store your records.

Given this, it was with a hint of self-doubt that, having lifted the needle from the D-side of The Teknoist's superb debut album, I came to the personal conclusion that it was truly a release where every track was enjoyable and noteworthy in its own way...

Some time has passed now and, remarkably, I not only stand by my initial judgment but feel that it has become truer: all killer and no filler.

There is literally a track for every situation on this release; whether it be the brooding '32 Days', straight-up Hardcore assaults of 'Bass Ball Bat' and 'Full Metal Teknoist', the twisted guitars of 'War Dog', time-warping Breakcore spattering of 'Teef Smasher' and 'Fighting Talks' or the genuinely epic 'Lion Girl' edit and 'Closing Up VIP' which exist in that amazing middle-ground between them all.

To top it all off each contains just enough glitch-tastic smatterings and rolling basslines to make them typical of The Teknoist's unique style (and thus eminently listenable) along with maintaining that true "album" feel that is so rare of full-length Electronic releases.

With '...Like A Hurricane Made Of Zombies' The Teknoist has truly established himself as one of the most impressive and unique artists within the Hardcore/Breakcore scene. I cannot wait to see what he offers us next.