Project Pitchfork - Continuum Ride
Electro Project Pitchfork's previous release 'Dream, Tiresias!' is my favorite album with the band and also one of the best releases of 2009. Can 2010's 'Continuum Ride' live up to its predecessor?

I will give you a straight up answer right away, yes, yes it does. 'Continuum Ride' is a great album. I've been thinking all this time "Yeah, it's great, but I think that my absolute favorite 'Dream, Tiresias' is better...", but every time I listen to the new album, I simply just love it and they are from here on both my top albums with The Forks. I should notice to you readers that I've listened to most of what they have released and followed them with interest since the end of the 90's. I think that the last few years have done Peter and his friends great and it seems like they have found the concept they been experimenting all this time to find (with some more successful ones than others).

Peter's voice get's darker and more rugged for each album and it simply sounds better and better. The lines and loops are great, the beats pulls you right in and the lyrics are as always smart and compelling. I think that the previous album have some more hits, but as a whole, they are both their equals.

Songs you must hear is "Way of the World", "Stacked Visions", "Endless Infinity", "Beholder" and not to forget the darker, slower and emotional "The Dividing Line". If you have some sort of music integrity, this is an album that should be in your music collection. Buy it.
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Brutal Resonance

Project Pitchfork - Continuum Ride

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Trisol Music Group
Project Pitchfork's previous release 'Dream, Tiresias!' is my favorite album with the band and also one of the best releases of 2009. Can 2010's 'Continuum Ride' live up to its predecessor?

I will give you a straight up answer right away, yes, yes it does. 'Continuum Ride' is a great album. I've been thinking all this time "Yeah, it's great, but I think that my absolute favorite 'Dream, Tiresias' is better...", but every time I listen to the new album, I simply just love it and they are from here on both my top albums with The Forks. I should notice to you readers that I've listened to most of what they have released and followed them with interest since the end of the 90's. I think that the last few years have done Peter and his friends great and it seems like they have found the concept they been experimenting all this time to find (with some more successful ones than others).

Peter's voice get's darker and more rugged for each album and it simply sounds better and better. The lines and loops are great, the beats pulls you right in and the lyrics are as always smart and compelling. I think that the previous album have some more hits, but as a whole, they are both their equals.

Songs you must hear is "Way of the World", "Stacked Visions", "Endless Infinity", "Beholder" and not to forget the darker, slower and emotional "The Dividing Line". If you have some sort of music integrity, this is an album that should be in your music collection. Buy it.
Jul 23 2010

Patrik Lindström

info@brutalresonance.com
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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