Folkmusik Industrial, Noise Folkstorm Where to begin? I think this is a different Folkstorm production compared to the others. I cannot really point out what it is but I think it's the more clean sound; it's a bit more less noise and violent than previous releases. In the meanwhile it also leans more on melodies than what's common in this type of music. "God Hates America" is a really nice song and it's also probably the song that sticks out most on this record. Although, I think "Ty Han Är Min Soldat" is the best track followed by "Folkhat/Blodsmak" and "Hatewave" that walks a more ambient path. And for those who bought the limited edition of this record there is also a mini CD containing more unpleasantness for the pop music dictators and know-it-all's but for us noise lovers it's additional minutes of wonderful listening. To make a long story short, this is excellent. This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Folkstorm - Folkmusik

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Released 2005 by Old Europa Cafe
Where to begin? I think this is a different Folkstorm production compared to the others. I cannot really point out what it is but I think it's the more clean sound; it's a bit more less noise and violent than previous releases. In the meanwhile it also leans more on melodies than what's common in this type of music.

"God Hates America" is a really nice song and it's also probably the song that sticks out most on this record. Although, I think "Ty Han Är Min Soldat" is the best track followed by "Folkhat/Blodsmak" and "Hatewave" that walks a more ambient path.

And for those who bought the limited edition of this record there is also a mini CD containing more unpleasantness for the pop music dictators and know-it-all's but for us noise lovers it's additional minutes of wonderful listening. To make a long story short, this is excellent.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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