Mechatronic - Mind Control
Futurepop After their first official release with their debut album 'Promises from the past' released on their own label Spacelab Records '03 the band has taken a step back and releases a demo with the name 'Mind Control'.

This demo contains, except "Mind Control", also a remix of the same track by Project-X together with two new tracks named "Return" and "260486". Further more they have added a little bonus, a music video for the title track.

Mechatronic with Wilhelm and Emma as a regular band set didn't quite impress me that much with their debut album and this time it isn't much of a change. The musical part is alright, but is kind of boring, undeveloped and don't stick out in any way. What do stick out are the vocal which is absolutely in its own class. We fans of this kind of electric music often have to experience bad live vocals, but have it sound terrible on an album is quite unusual. False and uncomfortable.

Not even Project-X manages to make something out of this...

This demo review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Mechatronic - Mind Control

3.0
"Terrible"
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Electroracle
Demo released 2005
After their first official release with their debut album 'Promises from the past' released on their own label Spacelab Records '03 the band has taken a step back and releases a demo with the name 'Mind Control'.

This demo contains, except "Mind Control", also a remix of the same track by Project-X together with two new tracks named "Return" and "260486". Further more they have added a little bonus, a music video for the title track.

Mechatronic with Wilhelm and Emma as a regular band set didn't quite impress me that much with their debut album and this time it isn't much of a change. The musical part is alright, but is kind of boring, undeveloped and don't stick out in any way. What do stick out are the vocal which is absolutely in its own class. We fans of this kind of electric music often have to experience bad live vocals, but have it sound terrible on an album is quite unusual. False and uncomfortable.

Not even Project-X manages to make something out of this...

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

Demo

Demo release from the artist. A brief tape or recording illustrating the abilities of the artist.

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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