Larva - Entre Agujas
Aggrotech, Harsh EBM 'Entre Agujas' is Larva's third official release since they got signed by Advoxya Records back in 2008. This EP is a remix EP with tracks far most from the last album called 'The Hated' from 2009. Since this is my first encounter with the band, I have not heard the original versions of the songs, but if they are somewhat like on this EP, I feel that I might not have missed out on that much.

The production and mastering of this album is very uneven and the levels shifts like the mental health of Dr. Jakyll and Mr. Hyde. The remixes from the bands should have been equally mastered as a unit before release.

A few of the remixes are pretty cool, my favorite by far is the remix by Say Just Words of "Massgrave". The Homer Simpson samples in it are simply great and the production of it all is well done. The Extinction Front remix of "Ojos Secos" is cool as well as the De_Tot_Cor remix of "Massgrave". Unfortunatly, that's about it, the other 11 tracks goes from not so special to simply not good.
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Larva - Entre Agujas

'Entre Agujas' is Larva's third official release since they got signed by Advoxya Records back in 2008. This EP is a remix EP with tracks far most from the last album called 'The Hated' from 2009. Since this is my first encounter with the band, I have not heard the original versions of the songs, but if they are somewhat like on this EP, I feel that I might not have missed out on that much.

The production and mastering of this album is very uneven and the levels shifts like the mental health of Dr. Jakyll and Mr. Hyde. The remixes from the bands should have been equally mastered as a unit before release.

A few of the remixes are pretty cool, my favorite by far is the remix by Say Just Words of "Massgrave". The Homer Simpson samples in it are simply great and the production of it all is well done. The Extinction Front remix of "Ojos Secos" is cool as well as the De_Tot_Cor remix of "Massgrave". Unfortunatly, that's about it, the other 11 tracks goes from not so special to simply not good.
Jul 22 2010

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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