Belzebass - Welcome To Hell
Techno, Electro About a week ago, an Italian duo released an EP titled Welcome to Hell, an instrumental aggrotech-influenced album that is meant to rock dancefloors and destroy expectations. On a whole level, I can see this being used exactly what it was meant for, but not much more than that.

And what I mean by that is that this album is certainly kicking in bass and electronic, catchy tunes. Everything is meant to get you moving, from the breaks in beat, to the build up straight back into slamming tunes and heavy synth lines. It's really, really a lot of fun to attempt to dance around to, however, as a man who can't dance, I'll probably just stick to my own private corner and not go out in public doing this, else I might embarrass myself.

However, on a single listening level, it's alright. I mean, everything is still good, but I don't much find this music to be great to listen to by yourself. This is meant to be out at a club, not for the solo guy just sitting in his room doing absolutely nothing. DJs will find plenty to love in this album, and so will club goers, but for the guy who just likes to sit in the dark and do his own thing, I'm not sure much entertainment will be found.
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Brutal Resonance

Belzebass - Welcome To Hell

7.0
"Good"
Released 2014 by Freakz Me Out Records
About a week ago, an Italian duo released an EP titled Welcome to Hell, an instrumental aggrotech-influenced album that is meant to rock dancefloors and destroy expectations. On a whole level, I can see this being used exactly what it was meant for, but not much more than that.

And what I mean by that is that this album is certainly kicking in bass and electronic, catchy tunes. Everything is meant to get you moving, from the breaks in beat, to the build up straight back into slamming tunes and heavy synth lines. It's really, really a lot of fun to attempt to dance around to, however, as a man who can't dance, I'll probably just stick to my own private corner and not go out in public doing this, else I might embarrass myself.

However, on a single listening level, it's alright. I mean, everything is still good, but I don't much find this music to be great to listen to by yourself. This is meant to be out at a club, not for the solo guy just sitting in his room doing absolutely nothing. DJs will find plenty to love in this album, and so will club goers, but for the guy who just likes to sit in the dark and do his own thing, I'm not sure much entertainment will be found. Feb 13 2014

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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