Agrezzior - Domination
Old School EBM, Anhalt EBM Agrezzior started out as a project in 2008 and was founded by Johan Damm (Menticide and ex Dupont - Whatever happened to Menticide by the way?), Rob (Guerrilla) and Jeppe and Mika (Autodafeh). After reading the name drop, most of you will realize right away that this project is all about hard punching Old School.

Johan Damm will probably forever and ever be "the guy that used to be in Dupont" and his charismatic voice has followed along all of his different projects. So don't expect anything else than the usual grunting. The first couple of tracks, it's actually pretty cool, but after a while, it gets a bit tiresome with the same monotone rumbling vocals and battle inspired lyrics.

The music part of the album is ass kicking for the most and is what makes this release enjoyable. "Shout" is so heavy it feels like you just got stage dived by an 800kg walrus. Luckily, it is far more enjoyable than actually being squashed by a huge piece of swimming lard.

All and all, it is a release worth checking out if you are a fan of heavy Old School, and if you enjoy body grunting vocals, you might found heaven on earth. Me, I would liked a bit more variation.
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Agrezzior - Domination

Agrezzior started out as a project in 2008 and was founded by Johan Damm (Menticide and ex Dupont - Whatever happened to Menticide by the way?), Rob (Guerrilla) and Jeppe and Mika (Autodafeh). After reading the name drop, most of you will realize right away that this project is all about hard punching Old School.

Johan Damm will probably forever and ever be "the guy that used to be in Dupont" and his charismatic voice has followed along all of his different projects. So don't expect anything else than the usual grunting. The first couple of tracks, it's actually pretty cool, but after a while, it gets a bit tiresome with the same monotone rumbling vocals and battle inspired lyrics.

The music part of the album is ass kicking for the most and is what makes this release enjoyable. "Shout" is so heavy it feels like you just got stage dived by an 800kg walrus. Luckily, it is far more enjoyable than actually being squashed by a huge piece of swimming lard.

All and all, it is a release worth checking out if you are a fan of heavy Old School, and if you enjoy body grunting vocals, you might found heaven on earth. Me, I would liked a bit more variation.
Jan 26 2011

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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