Tweaker ‎– Call The Time Eternity

Metropolis ‎– MET 826
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MET 826D Tweaker Call The Time Eternity(11xFile, WAV, Album) Metropolis MET 826D US 2012
MET 826D Tweaker Call The Time Eternity(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Metropolis MET 826D US 2012



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March 22, 2017
'Call The Time Eternity' tends to steer itself away from the rock aspect of the band's sound and tends to focus much more on electronics, with songs ranging from trip-hop, to dark electro, to IDM and beyond. This album gives you a little bit of everything while still managing to sound like a complete album. The artwork also takes a new direction on this release, possibly implying that Mr. Vrenna has matured. This may upset some fans because the artwork from the first two albums was revered by us.

Guest vocals on this album include Jessicka Adams from Jack Off Jill (who he also helped produce) and kaRIN from Collide. Abhorrent Derelect also appears on this album. Jessicka's deep, sexy vocals on 'Nothing At All' surprisingly work well with a trip-hop beat, while kaRIN's wispy, ethereal vocals on 'Grounded' only seem fitting for the same genre. Vrenna also masters a cover of Phil Collin's 'I Don't Care Anymore."

The album's opening track, 'Ponygrinder,' includes Vrenna's signature drumming skills with a female robotic voiceover that gives you the impression you're about to be listening to everything you thought the new OhGr album was going to be. As stated before, not many songs feature guitars, but 'Areas of the Brain' fills in that gap along with more insane drumming. 'Hoarding Granules' has an inescapable dub feel to it, which proves that Vrenna has mastered many genres of music. Each song brings something new to the table and expresses various emotions, but still maintains somewhat of a chaotic roller coaster.

I feel that all 11 tracks on this album are fairly solid. Tweaker may not be for everyone however. Fans of IDM and Dark Electro will love this album. If you're a fan of super hard and fast danceable music this may not be the album for you, but I encourage you to give it a try. It's very different from NIN, but there are certain aspects of this album that maintain the sounds of quieter characteristics of NIN. I've been waiting patiently for a new Tweaker release and I am no way disappointed with what I got. I'm not saying that it's the album of the year, but it was a much anticipated release that deserves some recognition.