Kopfer Kat - Skrammelpop
Noise What can I say? This is Kopfer Kats debut album. Many years have passed since their demo was released, much have happened with their music since the demo was released too. And it's only to the worse, if you like shitty pop music played on the commercial radio stations that is!

'Skrammelpop' is one of two good things so far this summer; the first good thing is the summer. The second good thing is 'Skrammelpop'. Yes, I had high expectations on this, especially when it took them so many years to complete it and finally release it.

This is a very intense album, the music really makes you want to stomp and move and dance, you just can?t sit still because there is so much movement in it. Harsh industrial noise mixed with rhythmic electronic sounds makes a perfect blend. Songs like "Distruction" and "Planet Noise" makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. This is a kick-ass album, don't miss it!
5
Brutal Resonance

Kopfer Kat - Skrammelpop

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Progress Productions
What can I say? This is Kopfer Kats debut album. Many years have passed since their demo was released, much have happened with their music since the demo was released too. And it's only to the worse, if you like shitty pop music played on the commercial radio stations that is!

'Skrammelpop' is one of two good things so far this summer; the first good thing is the summer. The second good thing is 'Skrammelpop'. Yes, I had high expectations on this, especially when it took them so many years to complete it and finally release it.

This is a very intense album, the music really makes you want to stomp and move and dance, you just can?t sit still because there is so much movement in it. Harsh industrial noise mixed with rhythmic electronic sounds makes a perfect blend. Songs like "Distruction" and "Planet Noise" makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. This is a kick-ass album, don't miss it!
Jun 14 2010

John Wikström

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