Omnicide - Permanent Solution
Doomcore, Electro-Industrial Sweden's Omnicide has until now only released a few EP's. Most of those were two trackers and this one also only has two tracks. But this, not really productive, producer makes tracks with high quality. His "Drowning in the mainstream" was already a big hit in the Dutch industrial scene. That song had a 140 BPM pace and sounded like electro industrial if done by a good producer instead of the usual amateurs in that scene.

This EP is slower and is more in vein with the Planet Core Productions style doomcore. With the current ultra heavy Cthulhu bass drums of modern doomcore that is. Especially title track "Permanent Solution" is extremely heavy and filled with sound effects and dark melodies over that slow apocalyptic pounding.

B-side "Pandemic Response" is somewhat lighter in the kick division, but with very dark and eerie melodies. A good basher to scare industrial fans into submission.

Omnicide's doomcore is much like that of Germany's Raum 107. Very apocalyptic and sounding like the soundtrack where great Cthulhu rises from the ocean to eat us all. And isn't that what you want from a good industrial release?
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Omnicide - Permanent Solution

Sweden's Omnicide has until now only released a few EP's. Most of those were two trackers and this one also only has two tracks. But this, not really productive, producer makes tracks with high quality. His "Drowning in the mainstream" was already a big hit in the Dutch industrial scene. That song had a 140 BPM pace and sounded like electro industrial if done by a good producer instead of the usual amateurs in that scene.

This EP is slower and is more in vein with the Planet Core Productions style doomcore. With the current ultra heavy Cthulhu bass drums of modern doomcore that is. Especially title track "Permanent Solution" is extremely heavy and filled with sound effects and dark melodies over that slow apocalyptic pounding.

B-side "Pandemic Response" is somewhat lighter in the kick division, but with very dark and eerie melodies. A good basher to scare industrial fans into submission.

Omnicide's doomcore is much like that of Germany's Raum 107. Very apocalyptic and sounding like the soundtrack where great Cthulhu rises from the ocean to eat us all. And isn't that what you want from a good industrial release? May 18 2014

Pieter Winkelaar

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