[dK] - Love Annihilator
Electro-Industrial, Rock "Do Androids dream of Electro?" Asks Italian act, [dK] (As Decay). Self-modelled "Dark Rock" (whatever that is), a quick scour of the internet tells me that people either love this band, or... love... this band. That isn't right, surely?

This 3 track CDS (of which we have one original track, and 2 remixes) is my first introduction to this project. Featuring artwork of a plane dropping bombs (relevant, how exactly?), the track is a typical half-spoken, half sang affair, with the occasional synth, and crunching guitar riffs. Sadly, that's as good as it gets.

The remixes do nothing for me, either. Fortunately, I quite like the track. The Guitars work really well with the Synth, and although the vocals could easily be dropped and I wouldn't shed a tear, at least the vocalist CAN sing.

I can't judge this band on a single, and the single isn't exactly great, but It is enjoyable.
Also, for some reason beyond me, I absolutely dig this cover art!
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Brutal Resonance

[dK] - Love Annihilator

5.0
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Released off label 2010
"Do Androids dream of Electro?" Asks Italian act, [dK] (As Decay). Self-modelled "Dark Rock" (whatever that is), a quick scour of the internet tells me that people either love this band, or... love... this band. That isn't right, surely?

This 3 track CDS (of which we have one original track, and 2 remixes) is my first introduction to this project. Featuring artwork of a plane dropping bombs (relevant, how exactly?), the track is a typical half-spoken, half sang affair, with the occasional synth, and crunching guitar riffs. Sadly, that's as good as it gets.

The remixes do nothing for me, either. Fortunately, I quite like the track. The Guitars work really well with the Synth, and although the vocals could easily be dropped and I wouldn't shed a tear, at least the vocalist CAN sing.

I can't judge this band on a single, and the single isn't exactly great, but It is enjoyable.
Also, for some reason beyond me, I absolutely dig this cover art!
Apr 19 2011

Off label

Official relesae released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Nick Quarm

info@brutalresonance.com
Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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