Siva Six - Rise New Flesh
Dark Electro, Harsh EBM In the beginning I underestimated the Italian harsh EBM act Siva Six and after I had listen to the record a couple of times I put it in to the ever growing pile of CD's that shall be reviewed. When later started to listen to the album some more it grew like a plant on radioactive fertilizer.

Siva Six started out by the name Wintermute in the end of the 90's and released a couple of demo albums. Later on the changed their name to Siva Six and soon after that they were offered a contract with the Italian label Decadance Records which release better and better albums for every month passing by.

The hard music could be described as monotone, but suddenly progress to powerful explosions of sound which evolves to ecstasy with the singer Z's great voice. The vocals reminds me more of Torny Gottberg from Project-X than the more classical way to express the oral parts within the genre were Hocico and Amduscia are some great examples. The record has a undertone of S-M which make you think a little about The Klinik which is a great combination.

A sweet mixture of feelings of riot, spanking and sweaty dance floors will continue to pour out from my speakers because I will continue to enjoy tracks like "Streetcleaner", "In Extremis", "120 Days (In Slavery)" and "Nihil Before Me" many times more.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Siva Six - Rise New Flesh

In the beginning I underestimated the Italian harsh EBM act Siva Six and after I had listen to the record a couple of times I put it in to the ever growing pile of CD's that shall be reviewed. When later started to listen to the album some more it grew like a plant on radioactive fertilizer.

Siva Six started out by the name Wintermute in the end of the 90's and released a couple of demo albums. Later on the changed their name to Siva Six and soon after that they were offered a contract with the Italian label Decadance Records which release better and better albums for every month passing by.

The hard music could be described as monotone, but suddenly progress to powerful explosions of sound which evolves to ecstasy with the singer Z's great voice. The vocals reminds me more of Torny Gottberg from Project-X than the more classical way to express the oral parts within the genre were Hocico and Amduscia are some great examples. The record has a undertone of S-M which make you think a little about The Klinik which is a great combination.

A sweet mixture of feelings of riot, spanking and sweaty dance floors will continue to pour out from my speakers because I will continue to enjoy tracks like "Streetcleaner", "In Extremis", "120 Days (In Slavery)" and "Nihil Before Me" many times more.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

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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