Heimataerde - Unter der Linden/Vater
Harsh EBM, Folk The medieval hard pounding Heimataerde is back with a new release; well, not quite after all. 'Unter der Linden/Vater' is a split E.P of the earlier releases 'Unter der Linden' from 2006 and 'Vater' from 2008 (not to hard to figure out, right?) and therefore combining two strong releases into one superior.

"Unter der Linden/Vater" is well worth the money. The club version of "Unter der Linden" is just simply amazing and the combination between classical instruments and modern beats that have become Heimataerde's trademark really takes it true shape in this opening track. Even though the Opus Dei version of the same song seems quite slow in comparison, you still need to see it for what it is; another point of view of the same story. With "Die Brut", "Tempus es Iocundum" and "Gott will es" I would say that the 2006 release is by far the strongest part of this split.

The "Vater" part is not bad at all, but still a bit different from the sound you are used to hear from Heimataerde, more standard danceable EBM and less medieval references here which only adds to the diversion between the two releases.

Still, this is truly one great release. Buy this, you will be amazed. I surely was.
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Brutal Resonance

Heimataerde - Unter der Linden/Vater

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by COP International
The medieval hard pounding Heimataerde is back with a new release; well, not quite after all. 'Unter der Linden/Vater' is a split E.P of the earlier releases 'Unter der Linden' from 2006 and 'Vater' from 2008 (not to hard to figure out, right?) and therefore combining two strong releases into one superior.

"Unter der Linden/Vater" is well worth the money. The club version of "Unter der Linden" is just simply amazing and the combination between classical instruments and modern beats that have become Heimataerde's trademark really takes it true shape in this opening track. Even though the Opus Dei version of the same song seems quite slow in comparison, you still need to see it for what it is; another point of view of the same story. With "Die Brut", "Tempus es Iocundum" and "Gott will es" I would say that the 2006 release is by far the strongest part of this split.

The "Vater" part is not bad at all, but still a bit different from the sound you are used to hear from Heimataerde, more standard danceable EBM and less medieval references here which only adds to the diversion between the two releases.

Still, this is truly one great release. Buy this, you will be amazed. I surely was.
Mar 31 2009

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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