Suicide Commando - Face of Death
Dark Electro, Harsh EBM Johan Van Roy alias Suicide Commando now gives us the opportunity to hear a sample of what the forthcoming album 'Axis of Evil' (that will be released in September) will sound like when he releases his first single 'Face of Death'. The single contains four different mixes of "Face of Death" and they have been given the names "Torment 1", "Implant Remix", "Tactical Sect Remix" and "Analouge Brain Remix". Even the B-side "Deliver us from Evil" are to be found on the single.

The main title are described as "... a great step forward in his quest for the prefect EBM song..." and that's not far from truth. "Face of Death" is a strong and powerful dance floor killer were I find "Implant Remix" is the better one. Still you shall not forget the B-side "Deliver us from Evil" which I think shine as bright in the sky as the main act.

Face of Death" is a tasty bite of what the future has to offer and I think the forthcoming album will really glow in the dark fall.

This review was written 2003 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Suicide Commando - Face of Death

Johan Van Roy alias Suicide Commando now gives us the opportunity to hear a sample of what the forthcoming album 'Axis of Evil' (that will be released in September) will sound like when he releases his first single 'Face of Death'. The single contains four different mixes of "Face of Death" and they have been given the names "Torment 1", "Implant Remix", "Tactical Sect Remix" and "Analouge Brain Remix". Even the B-side "Deliver us from Evil" are to be found on the single.

The main title are described as "... a great step forward in his quest for the prefect EBM song..." and that's not far from truth. "Face of Death" is a strong and powerful dance floor killer were I find "Implant Remix" is the better one. Still you shall not forget the B-side "Deliver us from Evil" which I think shine as bright in the sky as the main act.

Face of Death" is a tasty bite of what the future has to offer and I think the forthcoming album will really glow in the dark fall.

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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