Regenerator - MINIVIEW: Hunger
Industrial Back in March Regenerator returned to the scene with their seventh studio album, "Hunger". As their last release was out in 2005, some fans may have likely been waiting for this album for the past 10 years. What is available on "Hunger" are eighteen tracks that stem both from previous works and sounds, to new visionary ideals that the band has set for themselves. 

From songs such as 'Offering', 'Candy', and 'Dreams', you'll receive the dual vocals of Wrex and Patrice, whose growling and sensuality combine well, just as always. Other songs, such as 'Charity', 'Care', and 'Flesh' showcase slower, diverse sounds that implement anything from IDM to wickedly spun electro works. Either way, from start to finish, the album is a treat for all fans of Regenerator, and the ten year wait was worth it. 

With refueled ideas, commitment, and energy to get their game rolling again, I think that "Hunger" might be the first step to a new generation of Regenerator. 
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Regenerator - MINIVIEW: Hunger

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2015 by WTII Records
Back in March Regenerator returned to the scene with their seventh studio album, "Hunger". As their last release was out in 2005, some fans may have likely been waiting for this album for the past 10 years. What is available on "Hunger" are eighteen tracks that stem both from previous works and sounds, to new visionary ideals that the band has set for themselves. 

From songs such as 'Offering', 'Candy', and 'Dreams', you'll receive the dual vocals of Wrex and Patrice, whose growling and sensuality combine well, just as always. Other songs, such as 'Charity', 'Care', and 'Flesh' showcase slower, diverse sounds that implement anything from IDM to wickedly spun electro works. Either way, from start to finish, the album is a treat for all fans of Regenerator, and the ten year wait was worth it. 

With refueled ideas, commitment, and energy to get their game rolling again, I think that "Hunger" might be the first step to a new generation of Regenerator. 
Sep 09 2015

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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