C-Lekktor - The Silence Procession
TBM, Aggrotech First of all I'd just like to say that I love Aggro-tech/Harsh EBM, but there are too many bands out there that really sound the same and without anything new to add to the genre. And with that said we jump straight to this review.

Today's lucky winner is C-Lekktor with their album 'The Silence Procession'. This is a three man constellation from Mexico that walks in the footsteps of Hocico. Yes, this band sounds very typical Mexican harsh EBM/Aggro-tech, which is far from a bad thing. This album has a lot of great tracks like "Infected", "See my hate" and the first track on the CD called "We are already dead". The mix of heavy drum beats and melodies with a touch of aggressive hateful vocals makes a perfect match. The only thing that I find bad about this CD is the production, the sound picture sound very enclosed like the sound is trapped inside a small room.
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C-Lekktor - The Silence Procession

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2008 by COP International
First of all I'd just like to say that I love Aggro-tech/Harsh EBM, but there are too many bands out there that really sound the same and without anything new to add to the genre. And with that said we jump straight to this review.

Today's lucky winner is C-Lekktor with their album 'The Silence Procession'. This is a three man constellation from Mexico that walks in the footsteps of Hocico. Yes, this band sounds very typical Mexican harsh EBM/Aggro-tech, which is far from a bad thing. This album has a lot of great tracks like "Infected", "See my hate" and the first track on the CD called "We are already dead". The mix of heavy drum beats and melodies with a touch of aggressive hateful vocals makes a perfect match. The only thing that I find bad about this CD is the production, the sound picture sound very enclosed like the sound is trapped inside a small room.
Mar 30 2009

Fredrik Croona

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