Brighter Death Now - Kamikaze Kabaret
Noise, Industrial Brighter Death Now with Roger Karmanik behind the wheel has released a studio album once again. The last one was released in 2001 and was named '1890'. 'Kamikaze Kabaret' is an album that got a lot to offer and I think this record is a complement to the frustration I have felt the past week over my work. It totally wiped my mind.

The first tracks are kind of powerful and just keep on going like a steam engine, with no remorse crushing everything in its way and finally pushes itself into a darkness consisting of monotone pulses and corrupted samples. The track "Take Me Away" is a cover on Napoleon XIV's hit with the title ''They Are Coming To Take Me Away''. I think the original is better but I think Roger's version gives a new aspect of industrial music. Is it only darkness and elite thinking behind the musical creations or is it a more relaxed relation to the scene?

Anyhow, this is a really great album and if you like Brighter Death Now then you have to have this. Buy the record and fill the gap in your CD-collection.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Brighter Death Now with Roger Karmanik behind the wheel has released a studio album once again. The last one was released in 2001 and was named '1890'. 'Kamikaze Kabaret' is an album that got a lot to offer and I think this record is a complement to the frustration I have felt the past week over my work. It totally wiped my mind.

The first tracks are kind of powerful and just keep on going like a steam engine, with no remorse crushing everything in its way and finally pushes itself into a darkness consisting of monotone pulses and corrupted samples. The track "Take Me Away" is a cover on Napoleon XIV's hit with the title ''They Are Coming To Take Me Away''. I think the original is better but I think Roger's version gives a new aspect of industrial music. Is it only darkness and elite thinking behind the musical creations or is it a more relaxed relation to the scene?

Anyhow, this is a really great album and if you like Brighter Death Now then you have to have this. Buy the record and fill the gap in your CD-collection.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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