Mommy Hurt My Head - Mommy Hurt My Head
EBM Mommy Hurt My Head is a journey back to the sweet 90's when Front Line Assembly and Skinny Puppy ruled the world (perhaps they still do?), hop aboard and we'll take that journey together, at least for a while.

My first encounter with the band was on the compilation album 'Born/Evolve/Progress 2' released by the label Progress Production in 2007. The track they contributed with was "Nothing Zero Option" and it's also available on the debut album. Further more it is still the best track I think the band have released so far.

If we exclude "Nothing Zero Option" for a while and take a look at the rest of the tracks, shall we? The eleven track long album includes a bunch of good tracks for everyone that enjoys music from the earlier mention bands and to compare it to their landsman Leatherstrip is not to far fetch as well. My favourite tracks are "Shellshock", "Suv Ni Tretten", "Darkest Wrong" and "7 Dwarves". The other half of the album sure contains good tracks, but generally don't stick out as much or it feels plain enough not to alert my spider senses.

Mommy Hurt My Head's debut album is probably not going to go down in history as a classic album of a century, but it sure is a good debut album and probably have one of the best cover designs this year.
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Brutal Resonance

Mommy Hurt My Head - Mommy Hurt My Head

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by Progress Productions
Mommy Hurt My Head is a journey back to the sweet 90's when Front Line Assembly and Skinny Puppy ruled the world (perhaps they still do?), hop aboard and we'll take that journey together, at least for a while.

My first encounter with the band was on the compilation album 'Born/Evolve/Progress 2' released by the label Progress Production in 2007. The track they contributed with was "Nothing Zero Option" and it's also available on the debut album. Further more it is still the best track I think the band have released so far.

If we exclude "Nothing Zero Option" for a while and take a look at the rest of the tracks, shall we? The eleven track long album includes a bunch of good tracks for everyone that enjoys music from the earlier mention bands and to compare it to their landsman Leatherstrip is not to far fetch as well. My favourite tracks are "Shellshock", "Suv Ni Tretten", "Darkest Wrong" and "7 Dwarves". The other half of the album sure contains good tracks, but generally don't stick out as much or it feels plain enough not to alert my spider senses.

Mommy Hurt My Head's debut album is probably not going to go down in history as a classic album of a century, but it sure is a good debut album and probably have one of the best cover designs this year.
Nov 24 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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