Tyske Ludder - Anonymous
EBM I've been a fan of Tyske Ludder since the first time I heard the album 'Bombt Die Mörder' that was released in 1994. Even though their sound have changed a bit more to the modern, the feeling and foundations of old is still there. I really liked the 'Sojus' album from 2006 and 'Anonymous' is probably the best thing the band ever released.

The album opens up with "Frya Frisena" which reminds me of "Canossa" from the 'Sojus' album, both are strong and powerful. The third track "Gebet" has an astonishing sound to it that sounds like the soundtrack to Terminator 2 when the sit back in the van in the chase scene.

"Fix the beat" and "Maschinenstaat" are the only quite boring tracks, but "Fix the beat" have such a cute feeling to it since the singer Albert have such a distinct and cute German accent so somehow I really enjoy it. Still, it doesn't matter with tracks like "Bastard", "Narben" and "Panzer", it can't go wrong. They are all varied, but still somehow connected, but keeps it new and fresh every time the track digits flips over to the next track.

The ninth track "March" is a cover of the ever so popular American civil war tune "When Johnny Comes Marching Home", but with some very own lyrics in the end that really is something different. That track was the only thing I listened to in my iPhone for days.

Tyske Ludder is truly aging like wine, no vinegar to taste at all. This is a solid buy.
5
Brutal Resonance

Tyske Ludder - Anonymous

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2009 by Black Rain
I've been a fan of Tyske Ludder since the first time I heard the album 'Bombt Die Mörder' that was released in 1994. Even though their sound have changed a bit more to the modern, the feeling and foundations of old is still there. I really liked the 'Sojus' album from 2006 and 'Anonymous' is probably the best thing the band ever released.

The album opens up with "Frya Frisena" which reminds me of "Canossa" from the 'Sojus' album, both are strong and powerful. The third track "Gebet" has an astonishing sound to it that sounds like the soundtrack to Terminator 2 when the sit back in the van in the chase scene.

"Fix the beat" and "Maschinenstaat" are the only quite boring tracks, but "Fix the beat" have such a cute feeling to it since the singer Albert have such a distinct and cute German accent so somehow I really enjoy it. Still, it doesn't matter with tracks like "Bastard", "Narben" and "Panzer", it can't go wrong. They are all varied, but still somehow connected, but keeps it new and fresh every time the track digits flips over to the next track.

The ninth track "March" is a cover of the ever so popular American civil war tune "When Johnny Comes Marching Home", but with some very own lyrics in the end that really is something different. That track was the only thing I listened to in my iPhone for days.

Tyske Ludder is truly aging like wine, no vinegar to taste at all. This is a solid buy.
Jun 27 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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