Nekrotech - Interactiv@
Industrial, Metal Nekrotech's album called 'Interactiv@' is probably one of the strangest releases I've had the displeasure of having to listen to in quite some time. The reason for this is really quite simple.

Oh well lets get on and talk a bit about the music and all the stuff that you actually want to read about. The first thing that hits me (which is very usual for me) is that the vocals are utterly terrible. Why you might ask?

Well it's cause there is no power in them and no feeling, it's like the vocalist doesn't care and rather play video games or something and this is a shame. Then we have some female vocals from time to time and these are more powerful but they sound just so out of tune and really bad.

The music is decent , it's nothing that will raise your eyebrows and the tracks vary a bit except for one things and that is that its all very noisy and distorted. I don't really know what to write besides the fact that this isn't one of my favorite albums and it's too demo for me. The style of music they have chosen isn't wrong , they just need to evolve and work on it. Maybe it was too soon to release a full length album.
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Nekrotech - Interactiv@

Nekrotech's album called 'Interactiv@' is probably one of the strangest releases I've had the displeasure of having to listen to in quite some time. The reason for this is really quite simple.

Oh well lets get on and talk a bit about the music and all the stuff that you actually want to read about. The first thing that hits me (which is very usual for me) is that the vocals are utterly terrible. Why you might ask?

Well it's cause there is no power in them and no feeling, it's like the vocalist doesn't care and rather play video games or something and this is a shame. Then we have some female vocals from time to time and these are more powerful but they sound just so out of tune and really bad.

The music is decent , it's nothing that will raise your eyebrows and the tracks vary a bit except for one things and that is that its all very noisy and distorted. I don't really know what to write besides the fact that this isn't one of my favorite albums and it's too demo for me. The style of music they have chosen isn't wrong , they just need to evolve and work on it. Maybe it was too soon to release a full length album.
Feb 20 2011

Fredrik Croona

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