Dark Frequencer - The Dimensions of Darkness
Noise, Experimental Now, I tried to research Dark Frequencer on the internet, but there wasn't much that I could dig up on them. Apparently, they are from Poland, they produced this album, and it was released in 2012. I happened to stumble upon 'The Dimensions' of Darkness while I was browsing Bandcamp as I normally do.

Now, What Dark Frequencer attempted to do in this album is smartly connect their rhythmic, mostly noise like sounds with quotes from various movies. And it works, but only to minimal effect.

The reason why I say this is precisely for the fact that not one of the tracks really stand out from the other. To put it in perspective, these songs would be perfect for a man who has been treated with a healthy dose of LSD.

Now, I am not saying that this album is bad in any sense of the word. It's decent at best, but, as I said, nothing really stood out, nothing really made me wanna jump up off my bed and shout in glory while touch down spiking a baby and proclaiming, "THAT WAS A FUCKING GREAT SONG." And if I'm not doing that, then your album needs some work.

This is a promising album, because I can see Dark Frequencer using their current talents to create a better album. Perhaps if they focuses on mastering and perfecting only ten tracks rather than eighteen, the album would have came out much better. But, sadly, that is not what has happened. Instead were are working with eighteen songs which never live up to their full potential.
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Dark Frequencer - The Dimensions of Darkness

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
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Released 2012 by Dark. Descent.
Now, I tried to research Dark Frequencer on the internet, but there wasn't much that I could dig up on them. Apparently, they are from Poland, they produced this album, and it was released in 2012. I happened to stumble upon 'The Dimensions' of Darkness while I was browsing Bandcamp as I normally do.

Now, What Dark Frequencer attempted to do in this album is smartly connect their rhythmic, mostly noise like sounds with quotes from various movies. And it works, but only to minimal effect.

The reason why I say this is precisely for the fact that not one of the tracks really stand out from the other. To put it in perspective, these songs would be perfect for a man who has been treated with a healthy dose of LSD.

Now, I am not saying that this album is bad in any sense of the word. It's decent at best, but, as I said, nothing really stood out, nothing really made me wanna jump up off my bed and shout in glory while touch down spiking a baby and proclaiming, "THAT WAS A FUCKING GREAT SONG." And if I'm not doing that, then your album needs some work.

This is a promising album, because I can see Dark Frequencer using their current talents to create a better album. Perhaps if they focuses on mastering and perfecting only ten tracks rather than eighteen, the album would have came out much better. But, sadly, that is not what has happened. Instead were are working with eighteen songs which never live up to their full potential. Jan 18 2013

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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