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posted a comment on The Exploited - Fuck The System. 29 days ago
one of the most disgusting and best produced piece of punk shit ever!
Noisy and total brainfuck. No, thanks... I don't wanna be part of the moshpit, guys!
posted a comment on Kid606 - Pretty Girls Make Raves. 8 months ago
As this record came out I was not very convinced of it, but as I listen to it right now again, I must say I dig it:
rockin', slow and solid kinda acid tunes keeping your spirits up. Not very innovative, but put you in the right mood for the ... See full review
posted a comment on Rhys Fulber - Your Dystopia, My Utopia. 8 months ago
quite interesting release, which sounds kinda lowfi Techno / IDM -ish. Don't know if it is just because of Rhys and my prejudices, but imo reminds me of the roots of Frontline, End of 80s/beginning 90s.
Fans of the early FLA should risk an ear and ... See full review
posted a comment on LFO - Advance. 11 months ago
Mature work during a time when techno (and me) just grown up. My favorite work of LFO when I was sliding from alternative music to Tekno. In my oppinion this is more kinda industrial techno music. There were a lot of creative artists (even Bowie) ... See full review
posted a comment on Download - Lingam. 12 months ago
This work definately belongs to the greatest IDM releases of all times. I would even dare to compare Lingam with fsol‘s dead cities, afx drukgs or prodigy‘s Music for the jilted gen., although music is totally different of cause.
posted a comment on Morbid Angel - Altars Of Madness. about 1 year ago
Morbid Angel have been Death Punks. Never take em too serious. Funny cover, fast music , Bad, rotten lyrics...in the best Tradition of slayer And venom 🤟🏿
posted a comment on Morbid Angel - Kingdoms Disdained. about 1 year ago
And even the artwork is really horrible. My children would laugh if I would show it to them. 😋 ok...i admit Altars of madness made me laugh, too ...
posted a comment on Welt In Scherben - Eisen Im Feuer. about 1 year ago
It seems that under the flag of codex's aufnahme+Wiedergabe label sägezahn Techno receives kinda reanimation. Also you Cannot say this kind of electronic music is very "progressive" or innovative at all, I also digged that Style as Heckmann produced it ... See full review
posted a comment on Panacea. about 1 year ago
why that?? Panacea did nothing of any significance during that period.
posted a comment on Hypnoskull - Ffwd>Burnout!. about 1 year ago
also definately one of my faves in his disco.
The other highly recommended and outstanding work is "industrial owes us money" in my oppinion ;)
posted a comment on Hypnoskull - Die4.Generation. about 1 year ago
Some tracks are fancy (esp. Resignation Aussenseiter), but most of the tracks are quite boring.
It is very technoid stuff, but lacking of ideas and where the hell is the distortion? emmw2u 2 and immer wieder nein may felt kinda "old fashioned" but also ... See full review
posted a comment on KMFDM - Hell Yeah. about 1 year ago
Fucking Hell yeah!!! the most interesting and diversified work since BLITZ. Since I was quite disappointed by OTWC, This one is just a perfect fascinating Electro Rock I would expect by such a mature group as KFMDM. Also most of the tracks are maximal ... See full review
posted a comment on SaturmZlide - Human Art Engines. about 1 year ago
Elegant mixture of technoid industrial with massive dist beat impact. Old skool meets new skool.
posted a comment on Imminent, Synapscape - The Humanoid Problem. about 1 year ago
industrial tekno at it's finest. Very cool and progressive compositions!
posted a comment on Orphx - Pitch Black Mirror. over 2 years ago
Orphx works has become much more interesting since their breakcore period especially the circuitbreaking work last decade. The sonic groove series were fantastic and this one is getting very close: Dark psychedelic, intoxicating rhytmical soundscapes in ... See full review
posted a comment on Kreator - Extreme Aggression. over 2 years ago
Can someone explain why extreme aggression is labelled as Black Metal?
Is it cause of the pale bandphoto on the cover? 😈
posted a comment on Makai - Stealth. over 2 years ago
deep, dark & Straight breakbeat work. Allthough not that bombastic as their debut still a solid work.
Sounds a bit sterile and not that much in your face breakcore aesthetics compared to the masterpiece millennium. But on the other hand more ... See full review
posted a comment on Nine Inch Nails - Hesitation Marks. over 2 years ago
In my oppinion one of the most boring industrial rock records I ever heard. Some few nice tunes, but most of the tracks are overproduced high finish rubbish electro loops. No question about the genius of reznor, but what he is comming up with here is ... See full review
posted a comment on Bad Religion. over 2 years ago
Bad Religion are and have ever been the most progressive and musically demanding Punk Rock Band.
You can listen to each record, no matter in which mood you are. You getting into the flow immediately!
posted a comment on Cooh - ReBirth. over 2 years ago
nice bang-your-head PC release. quite similar to the chiropteran work of Labelmaster panacea. Typical mixture of more actual position chrome sound: darkcore meets neurofunk at ground zero. Recommendations to Hidden fits quite well.
posted a comment on Various - Metalheadz Presents Platinum Breakz 03. over 2 years ago
the 2000s decade was obviously not the best for dnb music (at least commercially)...
After riding on the popular wave, lot of 1st hour established junglists seeking for new ways to stabilize breakbeat music. Some change to big beat, house, dubstep, idm ... See full review
posted a comment on Venetian Snares - Thank You For Your Consideration. over 2 years ago
VS back and on full force! This one is a perfect mix of all works during the past several years: neo-classical stuff together with a lot of free Jazz, Acid and oldschool Breakbeat rythms. Most of it comparatively spherical, warm and melodically. Quite ... See full review
posted a comment on UFO! - The Future Is Listening. over 2 years ago
The one and only longplayer of UFO! Very cool and diversified dnb release. Not very popular although I really don't know why. This is indeed a very outstanding jungle recording, compared to the boring two-step stuff which was hyping during that time.
posted a comment on Hypnoskull - Industrial Owes Us Money. over 2 years ago
Together with FFWD his most fancy album so far...totally braindamaging and most annoying compositions!
posted a comment on The Future Sound Of London - Environment Five. over 2 years ago
I enjoyed especially the third part of the series. This fifth one is similar as the the forth enjoyable, but no real innovation and too much overly intellectual song structures. Some of the track are quite meaningful others don't touch me at all. Not a ... See full review
posted a comment on Somatic Responses - Folding Space. over 3 years ago
Another pushing beat construction of the healy brothers. While recent releases on the bandcamp plattform are more experimental and cantilevered, here we 've got another quite straight forward one.on hymen at last. Nor the less trippie, pulsating and ... See full review
posted a comment on Nine Inch Nails. over 3 years ago
you 're right. There is absolutely no argue about trent rezners creativity mastermind. Also there is no doubt that "pretty hate machine" was a very good copy of the early KMFDM, skinny puppy and ministry. But that was absolutely ok for a musician in the ... See full review
posted a comment on Korn. over 3 years ago
KoЯn is quite an fascinating act. I was never a big fan, but I could not decline that they have got some very fancy works.
Even they got a lot of tinsel and glitter bad boy image, they are still uncompromising in their own way. The first releases are ... See full review
posted a comment on LTJ Bukem. over 3 years ago
much overrated guy anyway...producing boring liquid shit.
There were and are much better breakbeat artists out there.
posted a comment on David Bowie - ★ (Blackstar). over 3 years ago
As a music child of the 90th, growing up with Metal, Punk, Electro and Techno I was not into Bowie until his fantastic Outside work and the following also very good Earthling. After those due to other musical habits I lost my interest in the changeling. ... See full review
posted a comment on Karsten Pflum - Nemo Loon. over 3 years ago
enjoyable only with > 60 rpm!
posted a comment on Ed Rush & Optical - No Cure. over 3 years ago
catchier and more direct 2 the floor. Not as dark or progressive as the last tech itch or D&R releases. goes more in a direction of Doc Shade and chameleon. Though still a solid and good work.
posted a comment on Venetian Snares. over 3 years ago
musically you may be right, but that he should be relevant in a hundred years depends on several circumstances.
I would also argue that the music of pink floyd, bowie or sabbath is much more valuable than what the beatles did in their whole ... See full review
posted a comment on Venetian Snares - Your Face. over 3 years ago
absolutely essential if you are into breakcore/IDM music.
Unfortunately there is not much difference in his regular works since "Cavalcade Of Glee..." or so.
I prefer his last LP "Bulldozer..." because that was just a perfect crossover of all of his ... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Hidden - Directive. over 3 years ago
I absolutely disagree.
posted a comment on DJ Hidden - Directive. over 3 years ago
Directive sounds much more focused to me than his works he did before. straighter and less progressive.
Most of the tunes are highlights as fans would presume. Once Upon A Time In Porto is a furious jungle-trance crossover track. The other tracks ... See full review
posted a comment on Korn - The Path Of Totality. over 3 years ago
As a modern metal/crossover band as korn definitaly is the music here differs not that much to the usual stuff of korn. But imo it is allways a gain for musicians to work with other musicians of any different kind of music scenes. I would say the songs ... See full review
posted a comment on Killing Joke - MMXII. over 3 years ago
KILLER! One of the best KJ releases ever! Very deep and tough.
posted a comment on Killing Joke - Pylon. over 3 years ago
imo not quite as outstanding as hosannas or mmxii, but good work at all!
posted a comment on My Dying Bride - Feel The Misery. over 3 years ago
imo the strongest release since "34.788%... Complete".
Atmospheric and deep Gothic-Doom Compositions with solid instrumentation that work in a similar way "angels and the dark river" did 20 years ago.
posted a comment on Aphex Twin - Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments Pt2 (EP). over 3 years ago
This album is no electronic/IDM Album anymore.
The main issue of those persons who do not like it is that is no Pop Music anymore. I would rather say here we've got the first true free Jazz release of Richard. It's suitable for listening as well as for ... See full review
posted a comment on Venetian Snares - Higgins Ultra Low Track Glue Funk Hits 1972-2006. over 3 years ago
I am sure Aaron lost some "true" fans through the release of Glue Funk Hits due to it's "catchiness". You can absolutely say this one is working in "commercial" manner, though most of the tracks are danceable breakbeat tracks. Nor the less this one was ... See full review
posted a comment on Panacea - Phoenix Metabolism. over 3 years ago
Embarrassing! That this one gets the lowest rating of all Panacea works only proves that most dnb heads have no sense of real good music. Phoenix metabolism was the greatest moment in Panacea's disco. A fantastic crossover work that combines his roots of ... See full review
posted a comment on Anathema - The Silent Enigma. over 3 years ago
:)
hard to say. This work is definitely a farewell to the death metal side of anathema.
Anyway it seems to me they did listen to a lot of celtic frost at that time. in any case this work is most closely relative to cf's into the pandemonium than ... See full review
posted a comment on Ministry - Animositisomina. over 3 years ago
imo the last real good ministry work. With Barker leaving Ministry he took the psychedelic side of ministry with him. Houses of the móle was not bad either, but offensive to the core. Animositisomina is artistically way more sophisticated and durable ... See full review
posted a comment on Drumcorps - Falling Forward. over 3 years ago
Falling Forward is a felicitous descendant for grist. The vocal tracks working quite well, allthough I was kinda shocked listen to those tunes live at the maschinenfest: The perfect mess. There is absolutely nothing against good guitars and vocal tracks, ... See full review
posted a comment on Republik Of Screens - Res Publica. over 3 years ago
This how a fantastic symbiosis of industrial and hardcore Techno should sound:
Intense, synthetic, rough and modern like a Technoid Version of Skinny Puppy.
Even better composed than Chrysalide's "Don't Be Scared, It's About Life".
posted a comment on 2methyl* - Layer 8. over 3 years ago
quite potent and dense stimulant that unfortunately only works really good if consumed at high volume or with headphones.
posted a comment on Speedy J. over 3 years ago
Taking public energy, shocking Hobby and loudboxer you got the best electronic music has to offer!
posted a comment on Ed Rush & Optical - Wormhole. over 3 years ago
definately industry, twisted designz and makai's millenium were my favorite albums back than.
Chameleon and Travel the galaxy was not a bad work at all, but as the prev. Rel. since Creeps, much to overcoded with ultra high definition sounds.
I prefer ... See full review