The Enticer ‎– The Paraphilia EP

Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP


A1 There Is No Future 6:08
A2 An Empty Feeling 5:50
B1 For All The Wrong Reasons (Absent Matrimony) 6:37
B2 Jewelz & Diamondz 5:05


Code-Barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Matrix / Runout: VPI05 · 11 A B2K 11 A
  • Matrix / Runout: VPI05 · 11 B2K 11 B


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18 février 2015

The A1, "There is no Future", has a real nice chaotic bassline to it. Combined with a dim atmosphere, it makes a real doomy track
The next track, "An Empty Feeling" stays true to it's title, while creating an grim and uncomfortable feeling and still hitting hard. Kicks real ass!
The other side starts with "For All The Wrong Reasons" (Absent Matrimony)". This is a slower track with dark, ruptured sounds to it, more towards the industrial style and a good mixing track.
Finally there's "Jewelz & Diamondz" which starts off with a ragga sample and stays on that track, with a bouncy, reggae-like bassline and junglist vocals. Deep bass, could work on the floor, but not the best track on this release.

Not very well known maybe, but definately a good release.


15 juin 2006
edité over 13 years ago
After some awesome releases on HCCB (Hardcore Crossbreed Records) which is his own label, Aaron Rungeling aka The Enticer is back with a new EP on the french Hardcore, Speedcore and Industrial label managed by Neokoros: B2K (Born To Kick). Eleventh tune of the label, this record claims a choosy music full of diversified atmospheres.
A1. "There is no Future" sounds like a mix with acid breakcore, hardcore and speedcore. This is a smooth track that calls up some previous sounds on HCCB.
A2. "An Empty Feeling" shows how The Enticer draws a glum and hitting track. The serious melody and the unsmiling kick drum remembers the dancefloor that hardcore is sober with this Producer.
B1. "For All The Wrong Reasons" (Absent Matrimony). Easy to play, this track rises the 160 bpm and claims an acid hardcore that keeps your mind blowing !
B2. "Jewelz & Diamondz" is an amazing track with ragga-hardcore influence.

Finally, B2K could be proud of it, The Enticer signed a good release on this french label which can also be proud of hitself regarding the french productions nowadays :D