Henrik N. Björkk - I End Forever
Industrial, Noise He is back, Henrik Nordvargr Björkk. But to make a difference from the harsh sound we are used to from Folkstorm and MZ 412, our ears are greeted with a well balanced and a pretty electro sound. This is a long way from the brutal scratching, splitting and shrieking he is known for.

He is a big name in the genre and this will make some high expectations, maybe too high when it comes to the album 'I End Forever'. But I'm not disappointed. The music feels exciting but very different from what I've previously heard and is used to. Because the electronic genre offers so many alternatives, it feels like this is a natural step in Henrik's musical evolvement.

The album is awesome right through, no doubt about it. It's hard to pick a favourite track but I really enjoy "I End Forever". I hope his next album is this interesting and I hope it comes soon.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Henrik N. Björkk - I End Forever

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2004 by Horch!
He is back, Henrik Nordvargr Björkk. But to make a difference from the harsh sound we are used to from Folkstorm and MZ 412, our ears are greeted with a well balanced and a pretty electro sound. This is a long way from the brutal scratching, splitting and shrieking he is known for.

He is a big name in the genre and this will make some high expectations, maybe too high when it comes to the album 'I End Forever'. But I'm not disappointed. The music feels exciting but very different from what I've previously heard and is used to. Because the electronic genre offers so many alternatives, it feels like this is a natural step in Henrik's musical evolvement.

The album is awesome right through, no doubt about it. It's hard to pick a favourite track but I really enjoy "I End Forever". I hope his next album is this interesting and I hope it comes soon.

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

John Wikström

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