Fektion Fekler - Into The Sun
Industrial I'm not sure what I should think about Fektion Fekler. Fektion Fekler was formed 1989 by the brothers John and Robert Bustamante and have since then been on a lot of CD samplers, but it wasn't until 1996 they released their first own CD on Pendragon Records, the CD was titled "From Here To Heaven". 1998 their second CD was released, "Kling Klang Bedlam" was released and now it's 2004 and they have released their third record.

For me Fektion Fekler is something totally new so I spent some extra time listening to their music. But to be honest this is nothing that makes me go wow, I think this music is more suited to be in the background than something you listen to in an active way.

The two songs I like best are "Heathen" and "Legends". "Heathen" I like because of the soft sound and the action-inspired arrangement. "Legends" is the best song and I wish the rest of the music was more like it. Even though these two songs are great it doesn't make me feel like it's a great CD.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Fektion Fekler - Into The Sun

5.0
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2004 by Black Flames Records
I'm not sure what I should think about Fektion Fekler. Fektion Fekler was formed 1989 by the brothers John and Robert Bustamante and have since then been on a lot of CD samplers, but it wasn't until 1996 they released their first own CD on Pendragon Records, the CD was titled "From Here To Heaven". 1998 their second CD was released, "Kling Klang Bedlam" was released and now it's 2004 and they have released their third record.

For me Fektion Fekler is something totally new so I spent some extra time listening to their music. But to be honest this is nothing that makes me go wow, I think this music is more suited to be in the background than something you listen to in an active way.

The two songs I like best are "Heathen" and "Legends". "Heathen" I like because of the soft sound and the action-inspired arrangement. "Legends" is the best song and I wish the rest of the music was more like it. Even though these two songs are great it doesn't make me feel like it's a great CD.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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