On “Swallowing The Sun”, Distorted Memory took the basic industrial/EBM formula and infused it with a wide variety of tribal and ethnic features, presenting a sound not often heard in this genre. Unfortunately, however, the standard industrial vocal effects diminish this release. Apart from the tribal ingredients, there is not a lot that sets this album apart from other releases in its genre.
A grab-bag of last year’s dance-friendly EBM and electro with the latest releases by Hioctan, Ascii.Disko, Prospective and Absurd Minds.
CD, Noitekk, 2010 www.myspace.com/psyborgcorp The latest offering in a trend of perfectly generic, uninspired and perfectly discardable cybergothic/hellektro, “The Mechanical Renaissance” is the result of the talent and imagination (or [ … ]
CD, NoiTekk, 2009 www.xentrifuge.carbonnine.com A short summary of what to expect from this act, taken verbatim from their MySpace page: “Xentrifuge (Zen-tri-fyooj): a machine in which audio devastation is manufactured.” [ … ]
CD, Noitekk, 2009 It is a sad thing, indeed, when such unheard levels of homogeneity within one genre are reached that a compilation CD could very well pass itself off [ … ]