Iambia - Anasynthesis
EBM Ever since Electric Gathering Festival '03 Torny Gottberg, behind Progress Production, has waved is fist and with almost prophet like manner promised the world and mankind that he will release an album with Iambia and with his mark on the back of the records, even before the birth of Progress Productions. Today, the 18th of January 2006 the prophecy has become fact. Is Torny pleased? Well, he should be.

Greek Iambia was until 2005 two members from Audioplug, Dimitris and Elsa, but during the mentioned year Elsa choose to leave the band and was replaced Louperkaleia who now slam her keyboard frenetically. Musically the band reminds me of God Module's debut album 'Artificial' from 2000 with it massive beats, but in this edition with more violent vocals. Even some inlays of old Front Line Assembly is found in the seventh track "Tetragon".

The album 'Anasynthesis' is a mix between instrumental and non-instrumental tracks where the titles "Anasynthesis", "Enemy Unknown" and "Chaosmancer" is my favourites. The fact that this group do a good performance on record is now proven to me, in two days, at this point during writing, I will se the band performs at the club Statisch. I have no doubts that it will be a sweet thing to witness.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Iambia - Anasynthesis

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2006 by Progress Productions
Ever since Electric Gathering Festival '03 Torny Gottberg, behind Progress Production, has waved is fist and with almost prophet like manner promised the world and mankind that he will release an album with Iambia and with his mark on the back of the records, even before the birth of Progress Productions. Today, the 18th of January 2006 the prophecy has become fact. Is Torny pleased? Well, he should be.

Greek Iambia was until 2005 two members from Audioplug, Dimitris and Elsa, but during the mentioned year Elsa choose to leave the band and was replaced Louperkaleia who now slam her keyboard frenetically. Musically the band reminds me of God Module's debut album 'Artificial' from 2000 with it massive beats, but in this edition with more violent vocals. Even some inlays of old Front Line Assembly is found in the seventh track "Tetragon".

The album 'Anasynthesis' is a mix between instrumental and non-instrumental tracks where the titles "Anasynthesis", "Enemy Unknown" and "Chaosmancer" is my favourites. The fact that this group do a good performance on record is now proven to me, in two days, at this point during writing, I will se the band performs at the club Statisch. I have no doubts that it will be a sweet thing to witness.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2006

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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