Project Pitchfork - Inferno
Electro Project Pitchfork's newest work starts off with the dark "Momentum", but after that the whole album gets out of line. Pitchfork mixes guitars with piano wildly with Peter Spille's peculiar voice, and I have to say that this clash like rancid milk with wishy-washy coffee. The fifth track "Lead and feather" is a typical example of how it can clash.

Pitchfork have earlier tried to include guitar on their albums (even though I didn't appreciated that back then either), but never has it sounded this bad before.

You can't blame Pitchfork for writing any bad lyrics de latest years and this isn't bad either, but it doesn't help, all you can think of is how the music clashes in a bad combined mass.

To point out anything on this album there is a few tracks that hold the measure. "A cell", "Lightwave" and "Your Cut Feather" is the few tracks that don't make your ears bleed and your brain to turn into a doughy substance lump. Avoid this and get yourself together Project Pitchfork
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Brutal Resonance

Project Pitchfork - Inferno

2.0
"Worthless"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2002 by Metropolis Records
Project Pitchfork's newest work starts off with the dark "Momentum", but after that the whole album gets out of line. Pitchfork mixes guitars with piano wildly with Peter Spille's peculiar voice, and I have to say that this clash like rancid milk with wishy-washy coffee. The fifth track "Lead and feather" is a typical example of how it can clash.

Pitchfork have earlier tried to include guitar on their albums (even though I didn't appreciated that back then either), but never has it sounded this bad before.

You can't blame Pitchfork for writing any bad lyrics de latest years and this isn't bad either, but it doesn't help, all you can think of is how the music clashes in a bad combined mass.

To point out anything on this album there is a few tracks that hold the measure. "A cell", "Lightwave" and "Your Cut Feather" is the few tracks that don't make your ears bleed and your brain to turn into a doughy substance lump. Avoid this and get yourself together Project Pitchfork 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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