Eurocide - Regen Aus Asche
EBM, Harsh EBM 'Regen Aus Asche' is Eurocide's second album after the debut album 'Europe in Dust' that was released in 2004 on the label T:D:M Thunderdome. 'Regen Aus Asche' may be a good selection as your personal soundtrack when you feel a little under the weather due to radioactive poison.

Eurocide's music is strongly focused on danceable EBM without being too noisy, instead having some great melodies. The album opens up with one of the best tracks, "Fallen Nations" and then continue in that great way with "Der Tag", "In The Darkness", the sample based "Im Lager des Feindes" until my favourite track "Vergeltung".

With the 6th track "Human Resource" I feel a bit of a drop, the music part is great, but I have some issues with the lyrics and even though I feel like only a human resource after a day at the office, I think the lyrics are a bit dorky and could have been written in more mature way. Luckily, right after that little twitch the track "Assassination" comes and fix the situation with this hard-hitting dance maker.

The last 5 tracks are not as great as the first part of the album, the tracks "Eurocide" and "Inside Our Fate" are good ones, but a slight misstep put this album as an 8 instead of a 9.
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Eurocide - Regen Aus Asche

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by Remote Music
'Regen Aus Asche' is Eurocide's second album after the debut album 'Europe in Dust' that was released in 2004 on the label T:D:M Thunderdome. 'Regen Aus Asche' may be a good selection as your personal soundtrack when you feel a little under the weather due to radioactive poison.

Eurocide's music is strongly focused on danceable EBM without being too noisy, instead having some great melodies. The album opens up with one of the best tracks, "Fallen Nations" and then continue in that great way with "Der Tag", "In The Darkness", the sample based "Im Lager des Feindes" until my favourite track "Vergeltung".

With the 6th track "Human Resource" I feel a bit of a drop, the music part is great, but I have some issues with the lyrics and even though I feel like only a human resource after a day at the office, I think the lyrics are a bit dorky and could have been written in more mature way. Luckily, right after that little twitch the track "Assassination" comes and fix the situation with this hard-hitting dance maker.

The last 5 tracks are not as great as the first part of the album, the tracks "Eurocide" and "Inside Our Fate" are good ones, but a slight misstep put this album as an 8 instead of a 9.
Jan 07 2010

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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