Necrolust Dark Electro, Industrial Mordacious Mordacious is an industrial band from the USA which released his second CD on his own after the sudden temporary close down of the label BLC Productions. The album 'Necrolust' is pretty varied in both vocals and style of tracks. You got a pretty slow and monotone track called "Necrolust" with mildly distorted vocals and lots of movie samples in the background. Then you got tracks like "Death in Denial" which is a club track with more melodies and faster beats. "Dark Prince" is a slow melodic track with a female guest vocalist sadly the female singer is way too low and there is no real power in the track. Overall this is a decent album but a couple of things need to be fixed. First off a good thing to do is actually keep to one max two types of vocals and not have new types for every song. Second is that the music needs a bit more variety because it becomes very dull after a while of listening. I would like some more melodies or breaks or something to add that little extra. One thing I really liked thought was the sound of the CD, the mixing and mastering was good and that for me is a big plus. 350
Brutal Resonance

Mordacious - Necrolust

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Released off label 2009
Mordacious is an industrial band from the USA which released his second CD on his own after the sudden temporary close down of the label BLC Productions.

The album 'Necrolust' is pretty varied in both vocals and style of tracks. You got a pretty slow and monotone track called "Necrolust" with mildly distorted vocals and lots of movie samples in the background. Then you got tracks like "Death in Denial" which is a club track with more melodies and faster beats. "Dark Prince" is a slow melodic track with a female guest vocalist sadly the female singer is way too low and there is no real power in the track.

Overall this is a decent album but a couple of things need to be fixed. First off a good thing to do is actually keep to one max two types of vocals and not have new types for every song. Second is that the music needs a bit more variety because it becomes very dull after a while of listening. I would like some more melodies or breaks or something to add that little extra. One thing I really liked thought was the sound of the CD, the mixing and mastering was good and that for me is a big plus.
Sep 07 2009

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Fredrik Croona

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