Seraphim System - MINIVIEW: This Is Invasion
Aggrotech, Industrial Teasing his forthcoming album "Automaton Assisted Annihilation", bass heavy act Seraphim System has unleashed the first single from the album titled "This Is Invasion". This small little EP features the title track, a Bass Invader version of the track, along with a Noisuf-X and Iszoloscope remix of the song. 

The title track is a mix of pure bass, 8 bit electronics, and overall electro-dance music. If there is one thing that you can gain from this song and its lyrics, it would be that Seraphim System likes it when the bass hits. That's further applauded when the trip-hop influenced Bass Invader version of the song plays in next. I'm not a huge, huge fan of rap influenced lyrical delivery, but the humor along with the robotic sounding vocals just made me laugh. Noisuf-X created a less heavy, club version of the song, and Iszoloscope finished it off with a dose of rhythmic noise influenced beats. 

Overall, I'm impressed by what Seraphim System has showed off with this EP, but my full opinion of this man's music will come out once I have the full album in hand. For now, however, I'm keeping him close to my ears. 
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Brutal Resonance

Seraphim System - MINIVIEW: This Is Invasion

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2015 by DWA
Teasing his forthcoming album "Automaton Assisted Annihilation", bass heavy act Seraphim System has unleashed the first single from the album titled "This Is Invasion". This small little EP features the title track, a Bass Invader version of the track, along with a Noisuf-X and Iszoloscope remix of the song. 

The title track is a mix of pure bass, 8 bit electronics, and overall electro-dance music. If there is one thing that you can gain from this song and its lyrics, it would be that Seraphim System likes it when the bass hits. That's further applauded when the trip-hop influenced Bass Invader version of the song plays in next. I'm not a huge, huge fan of rap influenced lyrical delivery, but the humor along with the robotic sounding vocals just made me laugh. Noisuf-X created a less heavy, club version of the song, and Iszoloscope finished it off with a dose of rhythmic noise influenced beats. 

Overall, I'm impressed by what Seraphim System has showed off with this EP, but my full opinion of this man's music will come out once I have the full album in hand. For now, however, I'm keeping him close to my ears. 
Nov 14 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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