The Peoples Republic of Europe - Babylon
Industrial, Noise Extreme steam would be the appropriate flavour of this one folks. The Peoples Republic Of Europe is a hostile lil taute te taute musical piece. This is an album made for that group of people you know will stomp you in the mosh pit. The songs range from simplistic to complex in a transcending order that will not allow the listener to just take a break.

Babylon uses the elements and media formats as well keyed and synced perfectly throughout with little to no stutters in rhythm. Be prepared to sweat to this one folks, it will have you up against the wall and have you by the throat listening to it. The synths are at a collaborative top notch value and the Khz are synced appropriately in all the right places.

This album makes for a cutting swathe that would have both the veteran and the new comer in the Industrial community feel right at home with the music and can even cross the thresh hold of being something picked up by someone not even in the community to enjoy. All in all this is a force to be reckoned with and it is making it's mark. Now where's the damn Bactine to clean the blood from the ear drums?
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Brutal Resonance

The Peoples Republic of Europe - Babylon

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2009 by Vendetta Music
Extreme steam would be the appropriate flavour of this one folks. The Peoples Republic Of Europe is a hostile lil taute te taute musical piece. This is an album made for that group of people you know will stomp you in the mosh pit. The songs range from simplistic to complex in a transcending order that will not allow the listener to just take a break.

Babylon uses the elements and media formats as well keyed and synced perfectly throughout with little to no stutters in rhythm. Be prepared to sweat to this one folks, it will have you up against the wall and have you by the throat listening to it. The synths are at a collaborative top notch value and the Khz are synced appropriately in all the right places.

This album makes for a cutting swathe that would have both the veteran and the new comer in the Industrial community feel right at home with the music and can even cross the thresh hold of being something picked up by someone not even in the community to enjoy. All in all this is a force to be reckoned with and it is making it's mark. Now where's the damn Bactine to clean the blood from the ear drums?
Nov 05 2009

Jeff Ozburn

info@brutalresonance.com
Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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