Dead Hand Projekt - Dead Hand Projekt
Dark Electro, Industrial Dead Hand Project is a really interesting band that mixes Industrial, EBM and Noise together into one big pot and stirs around like a hurricane. The album which wears the same name as the band itself is a mix of monotone, but really cool and weird tracks.

I say weird because it seems like you never know what will come next. You have "Lost" which is a really catchy, but toned down, monotone track and you have "Smell of Fear" which sound like a harsh EBM track, but with some small twists here and there where he even sings a bit.

This is one crazy album for sure and I really like it, maybe it's because it reminds me a bit of a Swedish band called Mortician which is similar in style, but less fun.

There is only one real problem I have with this type of music and that is the production and sound part. Mainly in this type on genre it seems that the sound picture is supposed to be dirty and distorted and I myself really prefer a clean and heavy sound.

Either way this is a really cool album which offers you some really crazy club tracks along with some slower tracks that you might enjoy while sitting at home trying to build some IKEA furniture for instance.
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Dead Hand Projekt - Dead Hand Projekt

Dead Hand Project is a really interesting band that mixes Industrial, EBM and Noise together into one big pot and stirs around like a hurricane. The album which wears the same name as the band itself is a mix of monotone, but really cool and weird tracks.

I say weird because it seems like you never know what will come next. You have "Lost" which is a really catchy, but toned down, monotone track and you have "Smell of Fear" which sound like a harsh EBM track, but with some small twists here and there where he even sings a bit.

This is one crazy album for sure and I really like it, maybe it's because it reminds me a bit of a Swedish band called Mortician which is similar in style, but less fun.

There is only one real problem I have with this type of music and that is the production and sound part. Mainly in this type on genre it seems that the sound picture is supposed to be dirty and distorted and I myself really prefer a clean and heavy sound.

Either way this is a really cool album which offers you some really crazy club tracks along with some slower tracks that you might enjoy while sitting at home trying to build some IKEA furniture for instance.
Jul 08 2010

Fredrik Croona

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