Tactical Sekt - Burn Process
Dark Electro, Harsh EBM When Tactical Sekt had their release party for their first E.P 'Burn Process' after their debut album 'Geneticide' which were released last year, Johan van Roy (Suicide Commando) himself performed there as a guest artist. That should clear things up of what kind of music Tactical Sekt is producing. Some of you out there think "it sounds just like Suicide Commando", but I think that's to fast made assumption and that you have not listened to the music properly. The music of Tactical Sekt is more static and the voice is more distorted and performed in different way. Almost makes you think of an angry, pubertal boy which have been looked in a computer, screaming and are denied his freedom.

The first track with the same name as the E.P is opened with a sampling of a man with wide Texas dialect explaining how an electrical chair works. Then it all accelerates with a groovy, distorted bass and a harsh voice. The second track is named "Soulless" and when everything burst away with the sampling "Bring out the pain, yeah, let's bring out the noise" you literally lay on the floor in spasms of pleasure with your tongue hanging out of your mouth. You must not forget to mention the tracks "Forgot to be human" and "Devils Work" which also are to amazing songs.

Every last one of the tracks are highly appreciated and the five remixes made by artists like Haujobb, [:SITD:] and Solitary Experiments doesn't make it worse.

Where do I sign up if I want to join the sect?

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
5
Brutal Resonance

Tactical Sekt - Burn Process

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2004 by NoiTekk
When Tactical Sekt had their release party for their first E.P 'Burn Process' after their debut album 'Geneticide' which were released last year, Johan van Roy (Suicide Commando) himself performed there as a guest artist. That should clear things up of what kind of music Tactical Sekt is producing. Some of you out there think "it sounds just like Suicide Commando", but I think that's to fast made assumption and that you have not listened to the music properly. The music of Tactical Sekt is more static and the voice is more distorted and performed in different way. Almost makes you think of an angry, pubertal boy which have been looked in a computer, screaming and are denied his freedom.

The first track with the same name as the E.P is opened with a sampling of a man with wide Texas dialect explaining how an electrical chair works. Then it all accelerates with a groovy, distorted bass and a harsh voice. The second track is named "Soulless" and when everything burst away with the sampling "Bring out the pain, yeah, let's bring out the noise" you literally lay on the floor in spasms of pleasure with your tongue hanging out of your mouth. You must not forget to mention the tracks "Forgot to be human" and "Devils Work" which also are to amazing songs.

Every last one of the tracks are highly appreciated and the five remixes made by artists like Haujobb, [:SITD:] and Solitary Experiments doesn't make it worse.

Where do I sign up if I want to join the sect?

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

Patrik Lindström

info@brutalresonance.com
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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