Akeum Son - Demo
Ambient, EBM Akeum Son consists of Sprog (aka JiN) and M-Linc (aka Mika). These two members are from Toulouse in France and Sala in Sweden. They think that they will probably never play live together, but you never know. Akeum Son formed in the summer of 2002 and they have aimed their music at some kind of experimental mix of industrial and EBM with a touch of ambient.

Their music is like a mix of Toxic Coma and TWZ, but without the crazy sound from Toxic Coma and TWZ's more brutal EBM beats. The music is a bit to slow to really match the chaos behind the music and I think they would gain a lot but subtracting some of the singing that I feel doesn't fit in to well.

I maybe sound harsh on them, but there are good things too. "Terminal Warning" is the first track and it's great, but still a bit too slow I think. Also "Klostro" is a typical example of this. But still, there is something in the music that makes me think this can be great, but I think there should be some more practicing and some more songs before they can convince me.

This demo review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Demo released 2005
Akeum Son consists of Sprog (aka JiN) and M-Linc (aka Mika). These two members are from Toulouse in France and Sala in Sweden. They think that they will probably never play live together, but you never know. Akeum Son formed in the summer of 2002 and they have aimed their music at some kind of experimental mix of industrial and EBM with a touch of ambient.

Their music is like a mix of Toxic Coma and TWZ, but without the crazy sound from Toxic Coma and TWZ's more brutal EBM beats. The music is a bit to slow to really match the chaos behind the music and I think they would gain a lot but subtracting some of the singing that I feel doesn't fit in to well.

I maybe sound harsh on them, but there are good things too. "Terminal Warning" is the first track and it's great, but still a bit too slow I think. Also "Klostro" is a typical example of this. But still, there is something in the music that makes me think this can be great, but I think there should be some more practicing and some more songs before they can convince me.

This demo review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

Demo

Demo release from the artist. A brief tape or recording illustrating the abilities of the artist.

John Wikström

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