Kuroshio Current - Innerspace Trauma
Electro, Industrial Usually when we Swedes talk about EBM in our Scandinavian neighbors we usually look west and after have looked at Norway so we got wry necked it's time to look the other way. No, not as far as the former Soviet states, a little bit closer, yeah, right there! The land of the thousands lakes where home-distilled is the national drink and where you spank each other with rise in the sauna all day long, Finland.

The name Kuroshio Current have begun to spread a little bit here in Sweden and this band impressed me very much with their heavy EBM which I think the manage to mix both modern and old classic styles. Unfortunately I think it lacks a little bit of power in the vocals, I would like to hear a more brutal voice from the singer aQi and I think that would fit more with the heavier kind of music that tQ helps out with. It's something you think of, but it doesn't keep you up at nights.

The musical part is really great and captures you immediately. All four tracks on this demo is superb and every time I had some spare time I hive listened to this CD since it dropped down in my mailbox.

Watch out, here comes Kuroshio Current! Time for the record companies to work out a contract soon? Perkele, this is great!

This demo review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Brutal Resonance

Kuroshio Current - Innerspace Trauma

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Demo released 2005
Usually when we Swedes talk about EBM in our Scandinavian neighbors we usually look west and after have looked at Norway so we got wry necked it's time to look the other way. No, not as far as the former Soviet states, a little bit closer, yeah, right there! The land of the thousands lakes where home-distilled is the national drink and where you spank each other with rise in the sauna all day long, Finland.

The name Kuroshio Current have begun to spread a little bit here in Sweden and this band impressed me very much with their heavy EBM which I think the manage to mix both modern and old classic styles. Unfortunately I think it lacks a little bit of power in the vocals, I would like to hear a more brutal voice from the singer aQi and I think that would fit more with the heavier kind of music that tQ helps out with. It's something you think of, but it doesn't keep you up at nights.

The musical part is really great and captures you immediately. All four tracks on this demo is superb and every time I had some spare time I hive listened to this CD since it dropped down in my mailbox.

Watch out, here comes Kuroshio Current! Time for the record companies to work out a contract soon? Perkele, this is great!

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

Demo

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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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