Sadiztik:Injektion - Global Genocide
Harsh EBM, Trance After a self released digital CD the Turkish terror EBM act Sadiztik Injektion releases his first debut album on Advoxya Records called 'Global Genocide'.

Sadiztik Injektion isn't your typical terror EBM act as one could think, maybe it's cause he mixes the style of music quite a lot with things like EBM, Futurepop and Industrial. I was a bit surprised because mainly in this kind of music the focus is most of all on making the tracks really evil and dark.

I don't really have any real favorite tracks on this album, they are all very equal in quality and none is better or worse than the other, well of course, there is one or two tracks that is a little less good, but not bad.

The sound of the album is really straight forward with some nicely placed samples. This together with distorted vocals and kicking beats combined with Futurepop inspired lead melodies. The leads make the songs sound a bit happier, but in my ears I don't see that as any problem at all depending on if you like happy or not. The vocals on the other hand are distorted and make up for the happy parts of the music.

The things that draw this album down quite a bit are that the kick is pretty flat and would need some more bass in it and that the mixing is a little so-so. It could be better but at least the tracks are pretty even all the way. And last, but not least, a common thing I like to whine about is that the vocals are really low and could use a bit of tweaking.

This is a straight forward album and I can recommend it if you need something new to listen to and if you want to support and help smaller artists.
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Sadiztik:Injektion - Global Genocide

7.0
"Good"
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Electroracle
Released 2010 by Advoxya Records
After a self released digital CD the Turkish terror EBM act Sadiztik Injektion releases his first debut album on Advoxya Records called 'Global Genocide'.

Sadiztik Injektion isn't your typical terror EBM act as one could think, maybe it's cause he mixes the style of music quite a lot with things like EBM, Futurepop and Industrial. I was a bit surprised because mainly in this kind of music the focus is most of all on making the tracks really evil and dark.

I don't really have any real favorite tracks on this album, they are all very equal in quality and none is better or worse than the other, well of course, there is one or two tracks that is a little less good, but not bad.

The sound of the album is really straight forward with some nicely placed samples. This together with distorted vocals and kicking beats combined with Futurepop inspired lead melodies. The leads make the songs sound a bit happier, but in my ears I don't see that as any problem at all depending on if you like happy or not. The vocals on the other hand are distorted and make up for the happy parts of the music.

The things that draw this album down quite a bit are that the kick is pretty flat and would need some more bass in it and that the mixing is a little so-so. It could be better but at least the tracks are pretty even all the way. And last, but not least, a common thing I like to whine about is that the vocals are really low and could use a bit of tweaking.

This is a straight forward album and I can recommend it if you need something new to listen to and if you want to support and help smaller artists.
Jul 16 2010

Fredrik Croona

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