Nitro/Noise - MINIVIEW: Censorsh!t - The Remixes
TBM, Dark Electro In perhaps what is one of my favorite collection of remixes that DWA has formed comes Nitro/Noise's "Censorsh!t - The Remixes". This eight track not only contains Rotersand's original remix (which has been remastered for vinyl - but also contains seven more brand new remixes from a ton of legendary and upcoming acts. 

industrial metal dance monster Zardonic provided a wickedly heavy and grinding version of the title track on the A-side, and an instrumental version on the B-side. Rotersand's original remix sounds just as good as ever, while their redubbed version provides an EBM flourish garnered with digital touches here and there. Faderhead's remix takes the song and makes it more dance worthy, while Seraphim System cuts the song up into bits of electro madness. Dope Stars Inc. put a damned good mix out, blending in their industrial rock with Nitro/Noise's hard dance edge. Lastly, the dragging beats of ∆aimon provided a slower take of the song compared to the rest. 

To pick a favorite remix on this release is futile; all of them are great. This album is available not only digitally, but also on Vinyl. This is something that I may be getting for my own personal collection in the near future.
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Nitro/Noise - MINIVIEW: Censorsh!t - The Remixes

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2015 by DWA
In perhaps what is one of my favorite collection of remixes that DWA has formed comes Nitro/Noise's "Censorsh!t - The Remixes". This eight track not only contains Rotersand's original remix (which has been remastered for vinyl - but also contains seven more brand new remixes from a ton of legendary and upcoming acts. 

industrial metal dance monster Zardonic provided a wickedly heavy and grinding version of the title track on the A-side, and an instrumental version on the B-side. Rotersand's original remix sounds just as good as ever, while their redubbed version provides an EBM flourish garnered with digital touches here and there. Faderhead's remix takes the song and makes it more dance worthy, while Seraphim System cuts the song up into bits of electro madness. Dope Stars Inc. put a damned good mix out, blending in their industrial rock with Nitro/Noise's hard dance edge. Lastly, the dragging beats of ∆aimon provided a slower take of the song compared to the rest. 

To pick a favorite remix on this release is futile; all of them are great. This album is available not only digitally, but also on Vinyl. This is something that I may be getting for my own personal collection in the near future.
Nov 14 2015

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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