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Suicide CommandoBind, Torture, Kill

Label:Noise Terror Productions – NTP 003, Dependent (2) – Mind 103, Dependent (2) – Mind 104
Format:
CD, Album
CD, Single
Box Set, Limited Edition
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:EBM, Industrial, Electro

Tracklist

Bind, Torture, Kill
1-1Bind, Torture, Kill6:01
1-2Bleed For Us All6:22
1-3Conspiracy With The Devil4:45
1-4Menschenfresser (Eat Me)5:10
1-5Dead March5:46
1-6Massaker6:21
1-7Torment Me5:48
1-8Godsend (Deceased Part II)5:12
1-9We Are The Sinners5:48
1-10F*** You Bitch5:59
1-11Rader2:40
Conspiracy With The Devil
2-1Conspiracy With The Devil (Asshole Mix)5:24
2-2Conspiracy With The Devil (R.I.P. Mix By Virtual Embrace)
RemixVirtual Embrace
4:42
2-3Menschenfresser (Diskonnekted Remix)
RemixDiskonnekted
4:30
2-4Conspiracy With The Devil (Death Pact Remix By Controlled Collapse)4:13
2-5Second Death5:31
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Notes

Limited edition boxset version containing the exclusive Conspiracy with the Devil single (Mind 104) with b-sides and remixes, a poster, and a sticker.

℗ 2006 Mindbase © 2006 Mindbase.
NTP is a division of Mindbase/Dependent.

Track durations taken from CD-player.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Box, text): 4 042564 004823
  • Barcode (Box, scanned): 4042564004823
  • Barcode (CD1, text): 4 042564 004816
  • Barcode (CD1, scanned): 4042564004816
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): ['Sonopress Arvato' logo] 51821478/MIND103 21
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LB 45
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0753
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): ['Sonopress Arvato' logo] 51810383/MIND104 21
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LP 73
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 0790
  • Label Code: LC 10270
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Bind, Torture, Kill (CD, Album)MetropolisMET 416US2006
Recently Edited
Bind, Torture, Kill (CD, Album)Noise Terror Productions, Dependent (2)mind 103Germany2006
Recently Edited
Bind, Torture, Kill (CD, Album)indie ВИД, Dependent (2)mind 103Russia2007
New Submission
Bind, Torture, Kill (CD, Album)Moon Records (2)MR 3069-2Ukraine2007
New Submission
Bind, Torture, Kill (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue)Dependent (2)mind 243Germany2016

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  • marks's avatar
    marks
    Edited 7 months ago
    He's back at it, everybody.

    Suicide Commando have decided to put noise into the mix once more. If you liked Stored Images, you're going to love Bind, Torture, Kill. This isn't to say that the techno nuances of Axis of Evil have been abandoned, heavens no, they've been turned down a bit but be assured, Johan is still enjoying their contrasting effect.

    Probably the finest example of this new balancing act would be the second track, "Bleed for Us All". The opening is purely Suicide Commando. Slowly swelling synths and an urgently stabbing bass line. Then the beat kicks in, sounding like a thousand mirrors shattering, crushed underfoot; shredding your speakers in that inimitable way only Johan van Roy can.

    This Belgian's interest in the United States features strongly once again as Bind, Torture, Kill appears to be a concept piece with various nods to several of my country's most infamous serial killers. Somebody's been watching CNN, obviously. It seems only a matter of time before Suicide Commando tour here and something tells me, Johan's up for it. Big time.

    Another thing to note is the heavy distortion which is employed vocally. Some of these new works feature a highly vocoded van Roy almost being immersed in his own music. He's really outdone himself with the mixing of this album. Once again, the lead single "Menschenfressen" did little fomr me but in the context of the album, it fits perfectly.

    His best work is saved for the limited second disc (that's why we review the double CD version) which is the single for "Conspiracy with the Devil". The asshole mix is the best take of this song but the reason to buy this version of the album is the track "Second Death", an instrumental masterpiece which may be a clue as to where he's headed next.

    I don't know how many new fans this album will attract but it's undeniably and unapologetically vicious. Much like the subject matter covered, Suicide Commando have turned in an essay of brutality, sealed in skin, riveted together by screams.

    Reviewed 2006

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