Implant - Implantology
Electro 'Impantology' is having a hard time to know what it want to be and it's so varied it's hard for me as a listener to get a grip of it. Does it want to grow up and be a leather dressed industrial madman or does it want to be a neon clothed electro pop cutie pie.

It all goes off with the two best tracks on the album, first of with hard pounding industrial track "Violence" featuring Angelsplit and then goes on with the more old school Front 242- alike sound in "The Dive" that features Jean-Luc De Meyer, which makes the 242 likeness even bigger. After that it's kind of hard to keep track.

The mess is mostly made by the styles changes that happen in each and every track. We have industrial tracks like "Violence", "Rip That Thing" and then it swiftly turns over to electro pop tracks like "Scared", "We Are Noise" and "Torture Me Softly". It feels more like I'm listening to a compilation album than a release from one single band. It doesn't make it any better that it's only a few tracks that actually think is better than average.
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Brutal Resonance

Implant - Implantology

5.0
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by Alfa-Matrix
'Impantology' is having a hard time to know what it want to be and it's so varied it's hard for me as a listener to get a grip of it. Does it want to grow up and be a leather dressed industrial madman or does it want to be a neon clothed electro pop cutie pie.

It all goes off with the two best tracks on the album, first of with hard pounding industrial track "Violence" featuring Angelsplit and then goes on with the more old school Front 242- alike sound in "The Dive" that features Jean-Luc De Meyer, which makes the 242 likeness even bigger. After that it's kind of hard to keep track.

The mess is mostly made by the styles changes that happen in each and every track. We have industrial tracks like "Violence", "Rip That Thing" and then it swiftly turns over to electro pop tracks like "Scared", "We Are Noise" and "Torture Me Softly". It feels more like I'm listening to a compilation album than a release from one single band. It doesn't make it any better that it's only a few tracks that actually think is better than average.
May 27 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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