Interdictor - Noumenon
Industrial, Electro-Industrial I have really been missing Interlace. They came, stole my heart and then vanished. I've posted multiple posts around different social community sites about my prayers for their return. Even though my prayers have not resulted in the return of Interlace, they might have not been totally unanswered.

Enter Interdictor, a two man project with roots from the Amiga scene back in the 90's. And suddenly, here is the slow and pounding depth I was looking for. The noisy, not shitty, sound that still is easy on the ears (at least for someone with 15 years in the Industrial scene). In all its harshness, I would still like to call it Indistrual pop. Like you applied all that Amiga bitpop experience to concrete grey industrial.

On the EP 'Noumenon' there's three tracks where "Endosymbiont" (an organism that lives in another organism) and "Novus Ordo Seclorum" (New World Order) remind of each other. I can't do anything but referring to Interlace here, the inspiration and sound is very similar. Very soundtrack like, an anthem for darker times, it tells you a story, yet, it's not Interdictor's story, it's your story, through their sounds. The later one is probably the most dancefloor friendly of them both.

The track that stands alone on this EP is "Josef K". It's not hard to figure out it is inspired by the book of Franz Kafka, "The Process", about Josef K that is incarcerated one morning without knowing what he is accused for. The song though, is a modern version of the story, with spoken words about Piracy. What the stand from the band in this question is quite unclear, and I will not speculate in it, however, it's a strong track.

This EP brings me hope. Hope of Interdictor being able to create an Industrial album that actually inspires me, intrigues me, indulges me. However, hope is a double edge sword, often ending up in Seppuku, and there you stand, with your guts making friends with your feet. I dare not to hope yet, because I'm quite comfortable where my guts are at the moment, however, a beautiful fog like light is shinging on my dusty pail skin at the end of the tunnel of sewer and waste.

You think I've been introduced to way too much toxic waste and is swimming around in a beautiful ocean of pink cotton candy where everything is beautiful, fine, you check it out yourself. You are able to download this EP for free (or stream it from Soundcloud) by clicking Buy This-link. I'm sure it's going to knock your pants off.
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Interdictor - Noumenon

8.5
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released off label 2013
I have really been missing Interlace. They came, stole my heart and then vanished. I've posted multiple posts around different social community sites about my prayers for their return. Even though my prayers have not resulted in the return of Interlace, they might have not been totally unanswered.

Enter Interdictor, a two man project with roots from the Amiga scene back in the 90's. And suddenly, here is the slow and pounding depth I was looking for. The noisy, not shitty, sound that still is easy on the ears (at least for someone with 15 years in the Industrial scene). In all its harshness, I would still like to call it Indistrual pop. Like you applied all that Amiga bitpop experience to concrete grey industrial.

On the EP 'Noumenon' there's three tracks where "Endosymbiont" (an organism that lives in another organism) and "Novus Ordo Seclorum" (New World Order) remind of each other. I can't do anything but referring to Interlace here, the inspiration and sound is very similar. Very soundtrack like, an anthem for darker times, it tells you a story, yet, it's not Interdictor's story, it's your story, through their sounds. The later one is probably the most dancefloor friendly of them both.

The track that stands alone on this EP is "Josef K". It's not hard to figure out it is inspired by the book of Franz Kafka, "The Process", about Josef K that is incarcerated one morning without knowing what he is accused for. The song though, is a modern version of the story, with spoken words about Piracy. What the stand from the band in this question is quite unclear, and I will not speculate in it, however, it's a strong track.

This EP brings me hope. Hope of Interdictor being able to create an Industrial album that actually inspires me, intrigues me, indulges me. However, hope is a double edge sword, often ending up in Seppuku, and there you stand, with your guts making friends with your feet. I dare not to hope yet, because I'm quite comfortable where my guts are at the moment, however, a beautiful fog like light is shinging on my dusty pail skin at the end of the tunnel of sewer and waste.

You think I've been introduced to way too much toxic waste and is swimming around in a beautiful ocean of pink cotton candy where everything is beautiful, fine, you check it out yourself. You are able to download this EP for free (or stream it from Soundcloud) by clicking Buy This-link. I'm sure it's going to knock your pants off. Feb 07 2013

Off label

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

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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