Proceed - Neusprache
EBM Proceed has recently been out on tour together with Spetsnaz all around Germany and close quarters. Just like Pontus and Stefan, Proceed has one debut album behind them and even though this band acted as support for Spetsnaz, the Swedish boys should watch their back so the positions don't get switched. For all you out there that like heavy, rhythmic EBM and have missed out on Procced I would really like you to listen to this album, 'Neusprache', as well as their debut album 'Fehlgesteuert' which was released during the autumn of 2004.

There are some more aspects that bring Proceed and Spetsnaz together since the last mentioned band have done a remix of "Identity" and a truly amazing cover of "Schuldig" as a hidden track, first released in its original form on the debut album. Further more it's worth to mention that Pontus also have mastered this album.

Besides the earlier mentioned tracks this album is filled with heavy EBM and the singer Andrés gargling, dark voice could possibly be formed by the rest of us just when we are about to vomit, well, in a positive way that is.

Do not miss Proceed for all things in the world and I really hope that they will come to Sweden soon. They would make one hell of a show.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Brutal Resonance

Proceed - Neusprache

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2006 by Out of Line
Proceed has recently been out on tour together with Spetsnaz all around Germany and close quarters. Just like Pontus and Stefan, Proceed has one debut album behind them and even though this band acted as support for Spetsnaz, the Swedish boys should watch their back so the positions don't get switched. For all you out there that like heavy, rhythmic EBM and have missed out on Procced I would really like you to listen to this album, 'Neusprache', as well as their debut album 'Fehlgesteuert' which was released during the autumn of 2004.

There are some more aspects that bring Proceed and Spetsnaz together since the last mentioned band have done a remix of "Identity" and a truly amazing cover of "Schuldig" as a hidden track, first released in its original form on the debut album. Further more it's worth to mention that Pontus also have mastered this album.

Besides the earlier mentioned tracks this album is filled with heavy EBM and the singer Andrés gargling, dark voice could possibly be formed by the rest of us just when we are about to vomit, well, in a positive way that is.

Do not miss Proceed for all things in the world and I really hope that they will come to Sweden soon. They would make one hell of a show.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2006

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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