Convergent Fields Ambient, Electro-Industrial Blame Blame is a Serbian artist that released their debut album 'Water' on the German label Klangdynamik Records back in 2008. Now they have released their second album 'Convergent Fields' on Ionium Records with hopes of fame and glory. Blame manages to mix techno ambient sounds and beats together with more minimalistic industrial that brings mind.in.a.box to mind. It also has that roughness that you will find in perhaps Covenant's debut album 'Dreams of a Cryotank'. When everything falls to place, Blame does a fantastic job creating dance floor oriented tracks. They have some great melodies and sounds. They are creating the soundtrack of the space age. It's like being launched in a pod in the speed of light and just the second you go past the Earth's atmosphere you open your eyes. Listen to "Logical" and you will see what I mean. My favourite track on the album is the Covenant like dance floor filler "We Rise. We Fall" and on that track, I think that Blame lives up to its full potential. However, even though I enjoy the album while I listen to it, somehow it lacks that indescribable factor that makes you play an album over and over again during an extended period of time. I fear that when this review has been posted, Blame's album 'Covergent Fields' will fall to the land of forgotten albums. If Blame manages to find the last few missing links in their otherwise impressive chain and tighten things up, they are bound to achieve greatness. 450
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Blame - Convergent Fields

Blame is a Serbian artist that released their debut album 'Water' on the German label Klangdynamik Records back in 2008. Now they have released their second album 'Convergent Fields' on Ionium Records with hopes of fame and glory. Blame manages to mix techno ambient sounds and beats together with more minimalistic industrial that brings mind.in.a.box to mind. It also has that roughness that you will find in perhaps Covenant's debut album 'Dreams of a Cryotank'.

When everything falls to place, Blame does a fantastic job creating dance floor oriented tracks. They have some great melodies and sounds. They are creating the soundtrack of the space age. It's like being launched in a pod in the speed of light and just the second you go past the Earth's atmosphere you open your eyes. Listen to "Logical" and you will see what I mean.

My favourite track on the album is the Covenant like dance floor filler "We Rise. We Fall" and on that track, I think that Blame lives up to its full potential. However, even though I enjoy the album while I listen to it, somehow it lacks that indescribable factor that makes you play an album over and over again during an extended period of time. I fear that when this review has been posted, Blame's album 'Covergent Fields' will fall to the land of forgotten albums.

If Blame manages to find the last few missing links in their otherwise impressive chain and tighten things up, they are bound to achieve greatness.
Jun 01 2011

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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