Centhron - Dominator
Dark Electro, Electro-Industrial 'Dominator' is a brand new release by German harsh EBM act Centhron and is a massive blow to the face. This album is a real in your face aggressive club release with every track trying to outshine the other. It starts out early with the track "Leitwolf" which has a nice loud bass and electric guitar that is pumping harder than a Raver on speed.

The production of this album is really good and the vocals are outstanding and remind me quite a bit of X-Fusion?s vocals , if I didn't know better I could swear it's the same person behind the vocals (luckily I know better of course).

'Dominator' delivers 12 great tracks that for me are perfectly made for the dance floors and for people who want aggressive and dark in-your-face party music. The track "666" (which is a pretty lousy title by the way) has such a deep and hard kick drum that it makes your bones vibrate by listening to it. The album is long enough so you won't get tired listening to it and there are some variety between the tracks so you won't be listening to the same baseline over and over again.

The track "Dominator" is one of the best tracks of the album but the chorus is pretty cheesy with the female voice saying "yes, my master" and phrases like that, it becomes kind of childish after a little while, but overall this is the strongest track besides "Leitwolf".
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Centhron - Dominator

'Dominator' is a brand new release by German harsh EBM act Centhron and is a massive blow to the face. This album is a real in your face aggressive club release with every track trying to outshine the other. It starts out early with the track "Leitwolf" which has a nice loud bass and electric guitar that is pumping harder than a Raver on speed.

The production of this album is really good and the vocals are outstanding and remind me quite a bit of X-Fusion?s vocals , if I didn't know better I could swear it's the same person behind the vocals (luckily I know better of course).

'Dominator' delivers 12 great tracks that for me are perfectly made for the dance floors and for people who want aggressive and dark in-your-face party music. The track "666" (which is a pretty lousy title by the way) has such a deep and hard kick drum that it makes your bones vibrate by listening to it. The album is long enough so you won't get tired listening to it and there are some variety between the tracks so you won't be listening to the same baseline over and over again.

The track "Dominator" is one of the best tracks of the album but the chorus is pretty cheesy with the female voice saying "yes, my master" and phrases like that, it becomes kind of childish after a little while, but overall this is the strongest track besides "Leitwolf".
Apr 06 2011

Fredrik Croona

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