Various Artists - Endzeit Bunkertracks Act V
Other Endzeit Bunkertracks is a famous compilation in the dark electro scene and is put together by the label Alfa-Matrix. It features a lot of known bands and quite a few less well-known and some unknown of course. Now they release act V which consists of bands like Suicide Commando, Combichrist, Nachtmahr and Leaether Strip. First off I don't really understand why you have to make a compilation four CD's, it's a bit too much and two would do in my opinion of course.

Basically the albums consists of harsh EBM, Aggrotech and Noise and a few songs that just don't really fit in at all with the others. There are a few new acts that have really good potential and some that isn't really good at all, but it will always be like that with compilations; some tracks you like and some you just hate and want to flush down the toilet.

The main problem with this compilation is that they haven't had the same mastering for all tracks which makes everything just sound weird when it comes to sound levels. Some are really high and some are very low. This is really bad and I don't understand why they made such a big mistake.

Overall this isn't a bad compilation and if you want a good mix of artist I say go for it. The quality of the tracks is a bit so so and the mastering bit just brings the whole thing down.
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Various Artists - Endzeit Bunkertracks Act V

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Alfa-Matrix
Endzeit Bunkertracks is a famous compilation in the dark electro scene and is put together by the label Alfa-Matrix. It features a lot of known bands and quite a few less well-known and some unknown of course. Now they release act V which consists of bands like Suicide Commando, Combichrist, Nachtmahr and Leaether Strip. First off I don't really understand why you have to make a compilation four CD's, it's a bit too much and two would do in my opinion of course.

Basically the albums consists of harsh EBM, Aggrotech and Noise and a few songs that just don't really fit in at all with the others. There are a few new acts that have really good potential and some that isn't really good at all, but it will always be like that with compilations; some tracks you like and some you just hate and want to flush down the toilet.

The main problem with this compilation is that they haven't had the same mastering for all tracks which makes everything just sound weird when it comes to sound levels. Some are really high and some are very low. This is really bad and I don't understand why they made such a big mistake.

Overall this isn't a bad compilation and if you want a good mix of artist I say go for it. The quality of the tracks is a bit so so and the mastering bit just brings the whole thing down.
Mar 26 2010

Various Artists

Various artists is used on compilation albums. A compilation album comprises tracks which are compiled from other recordings, either previously released or unreleased.

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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