Z Prochek - Intravenous
EBM, Futurepop Z Prochek's debut album 'Intravenous' is a thirteen-track album, which is, advertised a heavy EBM and sure it's EBM we're talking about. But I think the tracks varieties too much. It's a pretty bad entirety in the album. It's everything from brutal, heavy instrumental to softer loops. It's really not anything wrong in that, but the entirety as I said feels a little deficient.

Over all it feels like you could have taken away some of the tracks because they feel superfluous. If maybe three, four tracks were taken away I believe the album would have been more whole.

This makes it sound like a bad album, which it really isn't. Among the favourites we have "In my mind" which is their first single, released a month ago. Even "The One", "Inflamed" and "Point Blank" is really good productions that would do well on the heavy dance floor.

In some titles, like "One last time" and "Point Blank" there are female second vocalist which definitely gives a better deep and it sounds really good.

The design on the album cover is very stylish in its blue grey scale and holds a good quality.
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Brutal Resonance

Z Prochek - Intravenous

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2002 by Memento Materia
Z Prochek's debut album 'Intravenous' is a thirteen-track album, which is, advertised a heavy EBM and sure it's EBM we're talking about. But I think the tracks varieties too much. It's a pretty bad entirety in the album. It's everything from brutal, heavy instrumental to softer loops. It's really not anything wrong in that, but the entirety as I said feels a little deficient.

Over all it feels like you could have taken away some of the tracks because they feel superfluous. If maybe three, four tracks were taken away I believe the album would have been more whole.

This makes it sound like a bad album, which it really isn't. Among the favourites we have "In my mind" which is their first single, released a month ago. Even "The One", "Inflamed" and "Point Blank" is really good productions that would do well on the heavy dance floor.

In some titles, like "One last time" and "Point Blank" there are female second vocalist which definitely gives a better deep and it sounds really good.

The design on the album cover is very stylish in its blue grey scale and holds a good quality. Jan 01 2002

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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