Doctrine - Carve Me
EBM, Harsh EBM 'Carve me EP' is the fifth self-release by the Aggrotech/Dark Electro act Doctrin. This release consists of four tracks with excellent production and really great melodies and beats.

The first track "Carve me" is very interesting cause in the beginning it sound typical Aggrotech/Dark electro but about 2 min into the track you get a middle play that sounds very trance inspired and adds a great variation to the track which otherwise sounds a bit like a loop. The second track is called "Fliegeralarm" this track is also a floor stomper but it's not as interesting as the first track. It's a bit more repetitive, but still it's a good song none the less.

The third track is called "Murderous" and this track is slower and a bit weirder in the sound, it's hard to explain what I mean but it's my least favorite song on this EP. And so the last track "Seven Years" is one of my favorite tracks along with "Carve me", this is also a real club hit that gives this EP a perfect ending.
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Doctrine - Carve Me

8.0
"Great"
Released off label 2009
'Carve me EP' is the fifth self-release by the Aggrotech/Dark Electro act Doctrin. This release consists of four tracks with excellent production and really great melodies and beats.

The first track "Carve me" is very interesting cause in the beginning it sound typical Aggrotech/Dark electro but about 2 min into the track you get a middle play that sounds very trance inspired and adds a great variation to the track which otherwise sounds a bit like a loop. The second track is called "Fliegeralarm" this track is also a floor stomper but it's not as interesting as the first track. It's a bit more repetitive, but still it's a good song none the less.

The third track is called "Murderous" and this track is slower and a bit weirder in the sound, it's hard to explain what I mean but it's my least favorite song on this EP. And so the last track "Seven Years" is one of my favorite tracks along with "Carve me", this is also a real club hit that gives this EP a perfect ending.
Jan 09 2010

Off label

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

Fredrik Croona

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