T.W.Z. - The Sixth Extinction
EBM TWZ is a bit hard to define, it sounds like evil EBM in some kind of down tempo, or a poor version of This Morn' Omnia. Maybe a better description is Suicide Commando mixed with Wumpscut. There is a clear ambition behind the music but it feels like it is neutralized by the fact that the music never really gets going.

But, there are some strong tracks as well, like "Certain Death". With a pulsating bass, nice beats and distorted samples as a leading theme it makes the song the best on this record. Also, both ambient tracks in the beginning and end of the record is great, except for that the music feels a bit restrained and I think the music would be much better if they really could put some more energy in to it and let the rest be like "Certain Death".

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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T.W.Z. - The Sixth Extinction

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Released 2005 by Deathpropaganda Records
TWZ is a bit hard to define, it sounds like evil EBM in some kind of down tempo, or a poor version of This Morn' Omnia. Maybe a better description is Suicide Commando mixed with Wumpscut. There is a clear ambition behind the music but it feels like it is neutralized by the fact that the music never really gets going.

But, there are some strong tracks as well, like "Certain Death". With a pulsating bass, nice beats and distorted samples as a leading theme it makes the song the best on this record. Also, both ambient tracks in the beginning and end of the record is great, except for that the music feels a bit restrained and I think the music would be much better if they really could put some more energy in to it and let the rest be like "Certain Death".

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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