Rotersand - Truth is Fanatic
Electro-Industrial Rasc, Gun and Krischan in Rotersand became famous very fast after their extremely successful E.P 'Merging Oceans' which were placed in the top sections of German Alternative Charts (GAC), Nordic Alternative Charts (NAC) and Dutch Alternative Charts (DAC). Nobody had expected this breakthrough, not even the band.

The danceable EBM has followed to the debut album from the E.P. The first track is also the name of the album and its powerful calling fills your whole body with a intoxication of happiness. "Almost Violent", "Content Killer", "The Fire", "Lifelight" from the album, "Merging Oceans" and "Sonic Agony" from the E.P create a drug like rush but without side effects.

In the middle of this record the calm song "One Level Down" starts with its heart alike beat and acoustic guitar. Unpredictable and smart.

Rotersand have managed to get the perfect mix of knowledge and the members of the band fills the gap of the others lacks. These cooks make a soup taste oh so good.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Rotersand - Truth is Fanatic

Rasc, Gun and Krischan in Rotersand became famous very fast after their extremely successful E.P 'Merging Oceans' which were placed in the top sections of German Alternative Charts (GAC), Nordic Alternative Charts (NAC) and Dutch Alternative Charts (DAC). Nobody had expected this breakthrough, not even the band.

The danceable EBM has followed to the debut album from the E.P. The first track is also the name of the album and its powerful calling fills your whole body with a intoxication of happiness. "Almost Violent", "Content Killer", "The Fire", "Lifelight" from the album, "Merging Oceans" and "Sonic Agony" from the E.P create a drug like rush but without side effects.

In the middle of this record the calm song "One Level Down" starts with its heart alike beat and acoustic guitar. Unpredictable and smart.

Rotersand have managed to get the perfect mix of knowledge and the members of the band fills the gap of the others lacks. These cooks make a soup taste oh so good.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2003

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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