Various Artists - Endzeit Bunkertracks Act VI
Other Endzeit Bunkertracks [Act VI], the sixth installation in the compilation series by Alfa Matrix. Endzeit Bunkertracks is a collection of the rare, unreleased, and can't-find-anywhere else industrial and EBM, separated into four CDs labeled "evil", "torture", "damage", and "death". I have always been a fan of EB and have found many amazing tracks and remixes from well known as well as lesser known artists in the scene. Endzeit Bunkertracks is an industrial DJ's essential purchase! And an avid and passionate fan's go-to compilation of hard-hitting awesomness you just can't find anywhere else. If you want a taste of dancefloor fillers and hits to come, you NEED to check out Enzeit Bunkertracks. Okay, now on to my review!

Disc 1: [evil]
A good start to a compilation never know to disappoint. Stand out tracks are; "Schallplattenuterhalter (Bunker Edit)" by Patenbrigade:Wolff, "Don't kill yourself" by Roppongi Inc Project, "Inhuman (Ivardensphere remix)" by Aesthetic Perfection, "Final Destination" by Diabolic Art, and "VX" by Phosgore. Although all of the tracks were good, these five were the ones I would most likely play as a DJ. I guess, if I had to vote on the top track of the [evil] disc, I would vote for "Don't kill yourself" by Roppongi Inc Project. It just has this energy and EDM, Yes, E D M sound to it where it could transcend genres and fit in with a variety of sets, a truly DJ-friendly track.

Disc 2: [torture]
Continues the series with another set of tracks ready to destroy the dancefloor and get you stomping! Stand out tracks are; "Timewave Zero" by Grendel (I know, its been released before!), "Throat full of glass (Tough guy remix by S.A.M.)" By Combichrist, "Time to die (Nitronoise mix)" by Xiecive, and "Open window (V.2)" by Noisuf-X. "Blacklist (Freakangel mix)" by Experiment Haywire was interesting as well but in a more, chill and listen to type of way. There was a lot of emotion in that track. Again, if I would have to vote on the best track of the [torture] disc, I'd say it was "Timewave zero" by Grendel.

Disc 3: [damage]
Number 3 of 4 in the series and EB shows no signs of letting us down! Stand out tracks are; "Can you feel the beat (Grendel remix)" by Nachtmahr, "Fuck the fucking fuckers" by Amduscia, "Go zonkers! (freefall mix)" by Suicide Inside, and "Sheffield's finest" by Uberbyte. My over-all favorite track is the remix of Nachtmahr's "Can you feel the beat". Side note: If you are familiar with Knife Party's track "Internet Friends", check out "Future Friends" by DJ 3RROR, it's the 9th track on the disc. Personally I feel like this was a bad "remix // rework" of the track as it wasn't really changing much, just speeding it up and adding tidbits here and there. I feel like it could have been better or at the very least, not even done at all, but to each his or her own opinion.

Disc 4: [death]
The 4th and final CD of Enzeit Bunkertracks Act VI! And what do we have here? Another collection of hard, stompy oontz. Stand out tracks are; "Under fire" by Detroit Diesel, "Dope on" by Ambassador 21, "Seventeen (Noisuf-X mix)" by X Marks The Pedwalk, and "Rituals (Distorted Memory mix)" by God Module. My favorite track of the entire 4th CD would have to be a tie between "Seventeen (Noisuf-X mix)" by X Marks The Pedwalk and "Rituals (Distorted Memory mix)" by God Module.

The bottom line with Endzeit Bunkertracks is this; YOU ARE GETTING 4 CDs EACH WITH 17 TRACKS OF PURE RARE, SOME EVEN UNRELEASED TRACKS! But not only that, they are all GOOD. There really isn't anything completely bad. Endzeit Bunkertracks never disappoints and like I've said before, if you are a DJ or an avid fan of the music, GET THIS COMPILATION!
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Various Artists - Endzeit Bunkertracks Act VI

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Released 2012 by Alfa-Matrix
Endzeit Bunkertracks [Act VI], the sixth installation in the compilation series by Alfa Matrix. Endzeit Bunkertracks is a collection of the rare, unreleased, and can't-find-anywhere else industrial and EBM, separated into four CDs labeled "evil", "torture", "damage", and "death". I have always been a fan of EB and have found many amazing tracks and remixes from well known as well as lesser known artists in the scene. Endzeit Bunkertracks is an industrial DJ's essential purchase! And an avid and passionate fan's go-to compilation of hard-hitting awesomness you just can't find anywhere else. If you want a taste of dancefloor fillers and hits to come, you NEED to check out Enzeit Bunkertracks. Okay, now on to my review!

Disc 1: [evil]
A good start to a compilation never know to disappoint. Stand out tracks are; "Schallplattenuterhalter (Bunker Edit)" by Patenbrigade:Wolff, "Don't kill yourself" by Roppongi Inc Project, "Inhuman (Ivardensphere remix)" by Aesthetic Perfection, "Final Destination" by Diabolic Art, and "VX" by Phosgore. Although all of the tracks were good, these five were the ones I would most likely play as a DJ. I guess, if I had to vote on the top track of the [evil] disc, I would vote for "Don't kill yourself" by Roppongi Inc Project. It just has this energy and EDM, Yes, E D M sound to it where it could transcend genres and fit in with a variety of sets, a truly DJ-friendly track.

Disc 2: [torture]
Continues the series with another set of tracks ready to destroy the dancefloor and get you stomping! Stand out tracks are; "Timewave Zero" by Grendel (I know, its been released before!), "Throat full of glass (Tough guy remix by S.A.M.)" By Combichrist, "Time to die (Nitronoise mix)" by Xiecive, and "Open window (V.2)" by Noisuf-X. "Blacklist (Freakangel mix)" by Experiment Haywire was interesting as well but in a more, chill and listen to type of way. There was a lot of emotion in that track. Again, if I would have to vote on the best track of the [torture] disc, I'd say it was "Timewave zero" by Grendel.

Disc 3: [damage]
Number 3 of 4 in the series and EB shows no signs of letting us down! Stand out tracks are; "Can you feel the beat (Grendel remix)" by Nachtmahr, "Fuck the fucking fuckers" by Amduscia, "Go zonkers! (freefall mix)" by Suicide Inside, and "Sheffield's finest" by Uberbyte. My over-all favorite track is the remix of Nachtmahr's "Can you feel the beat". Side note: If you are familiar with Knife Party's track "Internet Friends", check out "Future Friends" by DJ 3RROR, it's the 9th track on the disc. Personally I feel like this was a bad "remix // rework" of the track as it wasn't really changing much, just speeding it up and adding tidbits here and there. I feel like it could have been better or at the very least, not even done at all, but to each his or her own opinion.

Disc 4: [death]
The 4th and final CD of Enzeit Bunkertracks Act VI! And what do we have here? Another collection of hard, stompy oontz. Stand out tracks are; "Under fire" by Detroit Diesel, "Dope on" by Ambassador 21, "Seventeen (Noisuf-X mix)" by X Marks The Pedwalk, and "Rituals (Distorted Memory mix)" by God Module. My favorite track of the entire 4th CD would have to be a tie between "Seventeen (Noisuf-X mix)" by X Marks The Pedwalk and "Rituals (Distorted Memory mix)" by God Module.

The bottom line with Endzeit Bunkertracks is this; YOU ARE GETTING 4 CDs EACH WITH 17 TRACKS OF PURE RARE, SOME EVEN UNRELEASED TRACKS! But not only that, they are all GOOD. There really isn't anything completely bad. Endzeit Bunkertracks never disappoints and like I've said before, if you are a DJ or an avid fan of the music, GET THIS COMPILATION! Oct 24 2012

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