Supreme Court - Keep Calm + Carry On
EBM The first time I heard Supreme Court was with the release of 'We'll f*** you up!' that featured Feindflug. I actually found that release very uninteresting and I've put Supreme Court on hold since then, but now a couple of years have passed and it's about time I once again get acquaintance with the band again with their latest release 'Keep Calm + Carry On'.

This is a different case all over, the music is more compelling and the song structure chains you down. Feindflug is actually featured in this album as well with the opening track "Loosing game" and it's a massive and hard opening that sets the standard for this album, but they also have Claus from Leather Strip in two songs and he does an amazing job. "Aeuropa" is easily the best track on the album and when Claus screams "Aeuropa" harshly you really wish you where in a riot with this song playing in the background. Claus is also featured in the track "Ovearkill" (yes, that's they way it's supposed to be spelled) and it's also one of the albums highlights.

But wait, there's more to this album than Leatherstrip and Feindflug. You get a real WTF-moment in the title track 'Keep Calm + Carry On' when you suddenly hear Aschmed The Dead Terrorist being sampled and it's not really that cheesy as it may sound. There's a bunch of more great tracks on this album, but I'm not going to list them all, I'm just going to give you the advice to buy this album if you are into modern, danceable EBM.
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Brutal Resonance

Supreme Court - Keep Calm + Carry On

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by COP International
The first time I heard Supreme Court was with the release of 'We'll f*** you up!' that featured Feindflug. I actually found that release very uninteresting and I've put Supreme Court on hold since then, but now a couple of years have passed and it's about time I once again get acquaintance with the band again with their latest release 'Keep Calm + Carry On'.

This is a different case all over, the music is more compelling and the song structure chains you down. Feindflug is actually featured in this album as well with the opening track "Loosing game" and it's a massive and hard opening that sets the standard for this album, but they also have Claus from Leather Strip in two songs and he does an amazing job. "Aeuropa" is easily the best track on the album and when Claus screams "Aeuropa" harshly you really wish you where in a riot with this song playing in the background. Claus is also featured in the track "Ovearkill" (yes, that's they way it's supposed to be spelled) and it's also one of the albums highlights.

But wait, there's more to this album than Leatherstrip and Feindflug. You get a real WTF-moment in the title track 'Keep Calm + Carry On' when you suddenly hear Aschmed The Dead Terrorist being sampled and it's not really that cheesy as it may sound. There's a bunch of more great tracks on this album, but I'm not going to list them all, I'm just going to give you the advice to buy this album if you are into modern, danceable EBM.
May 20 2009

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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