God Module - Empath
Harsh EBM, Dark Electro The first time i heard God Module were during the Wave Gotik Treffen. After I interviewed Prager Handgriff at Park Bühne I was going to go further. When I left the backstage area a band played that appeared to be God Module. I were immediately impressed and promised myself that I would check up the band closer when I came back to Sweden. Said and done.

God Module is from Florida and has earlier released a album called 'Artificial' and the E.P 'Perception' during their career. God Module have already made a big name and after this release I'm sure they have their place secured and I promise we will hear and see more with this band in the future.

The first time I heard the album I got a little bit of the same tickling feeling like the first time I heard Hocico's 'Odio bajo el alma' many years ago. It's fantastic, distorted and hard. God Module even have a female keyboard player that also appear as back voice at some of the tracks and it makes a wither atmosphere than many other groups in the same style can achieve.

This album filled with allot of dance floor hits and this is probably the best album this year so far. With tracks like "Ever After", "Dear dead flesh", "Reverse Inversion", "Curse" and not to forget the second track "Telekinetic" that have been played so many times these last days at my place. I'm obsessed.

Terrifyingly good.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com
5
Brutal Resonance

God Module - Empath

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2003 by Out of Line
The first time i heard God Module were during the Wave Gotik Treffen. After I interviewed Prager Handgriff at Park Bühne I was going to go further. When I left the backstage area a band played that appeared to be God Module. I were immediately impressed and promised myself that I would check up the band closer when I came back to Sweden. Said and done.

God Module is from Florida and has earlier released a album called 'Artificial' and the E.P 'Perception' during their career. God Module have already made a big name and after this release I'm sure they have their place secured and I promise we will hear and see more with this band in the future.

The first time I heard the album I got a little bit of the same tickling feeling like the first time I heard Hocico's 'Odio bajo el alma' many years ago. It's fantastic, distorted and hard. God Module even have a female keyboard player that also appear as back voice at some of the tracks and it makes a wither atmosphere than many other groups in the same style can achieve.

This album filled with allot of dance floor hits and this is probably the best album this year so far. With tracks like "Ever After", "Dear dead flesh", "Reverse Inversion", "Curse" and not to forget the second track "Telekinetic" that have been played so many times these last days at my place. I'm obsessed.

Terrifyingly good.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2003

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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