Feindflug - Volk und Armee
EBM, Industrial Feindflug is the band that made me and many more to opened their eyes for the music that many of us refer to as Power Noise. Even though the band had some storm around them for their strong references to the World War II it's probably the most liked band within their genre at this date. For all you out there that worries that it is more than just references to the war that occurred for 60 years ago, I'm able to calm you down and remind you of the bands own statement. They mean that they don't, in any way, support and agree with the thoughts, more try to crush the taboo in Germany, since the war is a great part of the German history.

Well, enough about this. The band latest album is called 'Volk und Armee' and brings us 13 new tracks in the same feeling as many reflect as Feindflug's own. It's brutal dance music with lighter noise inlays together with some varied samples. You could almost call it for electronic march music that at the same time intermediary the horrors of war with great tracks like "AK 47", "Truppenschau", "Schmerzgrenze", "Feindbild", "Altherkrieg" and my personal favourite "Gulag".

Even though I like Feindflug's earlier albums, this is, in my opinion, the strongest release so far. Surprisingly good.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Feindflug - Volk und Armee

8.0
"Great"
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Electroracle
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Released 2005 by Black Rain
Feindflug is the band that made me and many more to opened their eyes for the music that many of us refer to as Power Noise. Even though the band had some storm around them for their strong references to the World War II it's probably the most liked band within their genre at this date. For all you out there that worries that it is more than just references to the war that occurred for 60 years ago, I'm able to calm you down and remind you of the bands own statement. They mean that they don't, in any way, support and agree with the thoughts, more try to crush the taboo in Germany, since the war is a great part of the German history.

Well, enough about this. The band latest album is called 'Volk und Armee' and brings us 13 new tracks in the same feeling as many reflect as Feindflug's own. It's brutal dance music with lighter noise inlays together with some varied samples. You could almost call it for electronic march music that at the same time intermediary the horrors of war with great tracks like "AK 47", "Truppenschau", "Schmerzgrenze", "Feindbild", "Altherkrieg" and my personal favourite "Gulag".

Even though I like Feindflug's earlier albums, this is, in my opinion, the strongest release so far. Surprisingly good.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

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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