Nebula-H - H
Electro, Techno The Belgium band Nebula-H made their first Swedish gig at the EGF in Stockholm in august this year and their catchphrase is "New Ways of Electronic Misbehaviour". I think this is really suitable because you can sense a ground of EBM but the music have been further built with influences from Techno, Trance, Goa, House and it feels creative.

After I've seen the bands gig I was immediately curious of how it would sound on an album and if Nebula-H have managed to transfer their energy even to the CD and I was convinced at once. Energy is a good word to use for describing Nebula-H and their music.

The album 'H' were released in 2002 and even if the next album won't be released until the next year 'H' is still definitely current and it should be noticed by both media and the DJ's from all over the country. It's hard to point out my absolute favourite but "Twilight Zone" is probably the song that I play most from the CD right now.

Nebula-H feels new, current and a nice alternative to the more and more boring EBM scene.
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Brutal Resonance

Nebula-H - H

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2002 by Alfa-Matrix
The Belgium band Nebula-H made their first Swedish gig at the EGF in Stockholm in august this year and their catchphrase is "New Ways of Electronic Misbehaviour". I think this is really suitable because you can sense a ground of EBM but the music have been further built with influences from Techno, Trance, Goa, House and it feels creative.

After I've seen the bands gig I was immediately curious of how it would sound on an album and if Nebula-H have managed to transfer their energy even to the CD and I was convinced at once. Energy is a good word to use for describing Nebula-H and their music.

The album 'H' were released in 2002 and even if the next album won't be released until the next year 'H' is still definitely current and it should be noticed by both media and the DJ's from all over the country. It's hard to point out my absolute favourite but "Twilight Zone" is probably the song that I play most from the CD right now.

Nebula-H feels new, current and a nice alternative to the more and more boring EBM scene.
Jan 01 2002

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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