Terrorfakt - ReEvolution
Industrial, Noise Take one band and give them the means to remind anyone questioning what Industrial Noise is that actually knows what they are doing, than proceed to give them the harmonics, media kits, and cooperative tools to formulate a sound that is unmatched, and take all that with a healthy massive dose of pissed off mentalities and you will have Terrorfakt inducing a skull smashing, rib cage tearing, gut liquifying album known as Re-Evolution. This album is in no means meant to be welcoming to anyone, but rather a reminder that when you have a very potent Industrial band with a specific drive, that this album will completely take the listener on a journey that will leave them with not only much to ruminate over and chew on, but also something that will annihilate any questioning of the genre itself. Mean and gritty, the hooks literally drag the listener down to swaltering hot factory pipes that are ready to burst at any moment.

The rhythms are constant like a barrage of angered bloodied and torn fists that won't stop punching. This album is un-flinching in it's goal and the band knows how to write checks their respective arses can cash at a moments notice. Anyone who is familiar with Terrorfakt will be more than pleased with this album and anyone who isn't will certainly be on the hunt for more music related to Industrial Noise, if not only searching for more of the bands works. I give this grimacing gem of absolute malevolence a solid 8 out of 10.
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Brutal Resonance

Terrorfakt - ReEvolution

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2009 by Metropolis Records
Take one band and give them the means to remind anyone questioning what Industrial Noise is that actually knows what they are doing, than proceed to give them the harmonics, media kits, and cooperative tools to formulate a sound that is unmatched, and take all that with a healthy massive dose of pissed off mentalities and you will have Terrorfakt inducing a skull smashing, rib cage tearing, gut liquifying album known as Re-Evolution. This album is in no means meant to be welcoming to anyone, but rather a reminder that when you have a very potent Industrial band with a specific drive, that this album will completely take the listener on a journey that will leave them with not only much to ruminate over and chew on, but also something that will annihilate any questioning of the genre itself. Mean and gritty, the hooks literally drag the listener down to swaltering hot factory pipes that are ready to burst at any moment.

The rhythms are constant like a barrage of angered bloodied and torn fists that won't stop punching. This album is un-flinching in it's goal and the band knows how to write checks their respective arses can cash at a moments notice. Anyone who is familiar with Terrorfakt will be more than pleased with this album and anyone who isn't will certainly be on the hunt for more music related to Industrial Noise, if not only searching for more of the bands works. I give this grimacing gem of absolute malevolence a solid 8 out of 10.
Jan 03 2010

Jeff Ozburn

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Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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