Audio War - Negativity
Electronics, Industrial Audio War begun as a side project to the industrial techno group K-Nitrate. Over time is has developed into a real band. It was in the year of 2000 they formed and soon after that they released a mini album called 'Defeat'. Now it's time for a full length album.

The music can best be described as some kind of Skinny Puppy-techno experiment. There are songs with good beats and never a dull moment; the music is changing and progressive. I can imagine that this will be really good dance floor music.

The record is a good example on how good industrial music should sound. With samples and distorted sounds the tiniest sound transforms into something bigger and more interesting. "One Drug" and "Criminal" is two great songs well worth listening too. I like this.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Audio War - Negativity

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Released 2004 by MOMT Records
Audio War begun as a side project to the industrial techno group K-Nitrate. Over time is has developed into a real band. It was in the year of 2000 they formed and soon after that they released a mini album called 'Defeat'. Now it's time for a full length album.

The music can best be described as some kind of Skinny Puppy-techno experiment. There are songs with good beats and never a dull moment; the music is changing and progressive. I can imagine that this will be really good dance floor music.

The record is a good example on how good industrial music should sound. With samples and distorted sounds the tiniest sound transforms into something bigger and more interesting. "One Drug" and "Criminal" is two great songs well worth listening too. I like this.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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