Suicide Commando - Bind, Torture, Kill
Dark Electro, Harsh EBM I'm going to go straight to the point this time and start with a common ending of a review, the summarization. 'Bind, Torture & Kill' is one of Suicide Commando's best album during his career, maybe the best, it's hard to tell. Actually you should stop reading now and run to a record store or net store of your choice and buy this album, if you like Suicide Commando, you will not be disappointed. Still I have to write a deeper review than that, so let's rip it up and dig deeper into all the good stuff.

When the first track, with the same name as the album, begins all hell breaks loose and we hear this female voice call out the message "Bind, Torture and Kill" and after that Johan Van Roy's distorted growl hit and the goose flesh is a fact. This album is a bit different than his other productions in that sense that Johan have started to use more rhythmic base similar to Hocico, Grendel and alike. Still this production feels very Suicide Commando, just like every time he releases something, they way it's always been.

With tracks like "Bind, Torture & Kill", "Bleed for us all", "Conspiracy with the devil", "Torment me" and many more, this album will be a classic among my albums, like so many other releases from Suicide Commando.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Suicide Commando - Bind, Torture, Kill

I'm going to go straight to the point this time and start with a common ending of a review, the summarization. 'Bind, Torture & Kill' is one of Suicide Commando's best album during his career, maybe the best, it's hard to tell. Actually you should stop reading now and run to a record store or net store of your choice and buy this album, if you like Suicide Commando, you will not be disappointed. Still I have to write a deeper review than that, so let's rip it up and dig deeper into all the good stuff.

When the first track, with the same name as the album, begins all hell breaks loose and we hear this female voice call out the message "Bind, Torture and Kill" and after that Johan Van Roy's distorted growl hit and the goose flesh is a fact. This album is a bit different than his other productions in that sense that Johan have started to use more rhythmic base similar to Hocico, Grendel and alike. Still this production feels very Suicide Commando, just like every time he releases something, they way it's always been.

With tracks like "Bind, Torture & Kill", "Bleed for us all", "Conspiracy with the devil", "Torment me" and many more, this album will be a classic among my albums, like so many other releases from Suicide Commando.

This review was written 2006 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

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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