Vigilante - Prison Break EP
Electro, Industrial Vigilante is an industrial metal band from Chile that bare more than one similarity with Front Line Assembly. I have in my hands (or rather in my computer) their EP called 'Prison Break EP' which consists of one track, one remix by "FGFC820" and a live version of the title track.

It's really hard to write about a EP that include so little material. Either way, both the remix and the original track, which also features Leaether Strip, are really great tracks. They are aggressive and stomping and if you like Front Line Assembly you should definitely check this band and the EP out.

The remix sound very similar to the original track, but is more electro based, doesn't feature any guitars and seems to be more meant for clubs. The track also has a nice little melody for the chorus that makes the song sound a bit more happy.

I was a bit shocked when the live version of "Prison Break" was really good too and sounded amazing, because in most cases live versions always have a pretty crappy sound.

The only thing I have to whine about is the lack of content. This could have been called a single instead of an EP, because it's not near as filled out as an EP and it would be nice with some more tracks. However, it's a solid track and I really dig it.
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Vigilante - Prison Break EP

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2010 by Black Rain
Vigilante is an industrial metal band from Chile that bare more than one similarity with Front Line Assembly. I have in my hands (or rather in my computer) their EP called 'Prison Break EP' which consists of one track, one remix by "FGFC820" and a live version of the title track.

It's really hard to write about a EP that include so little material. Either way, both the remix and the original track, which also features Leaether Strip, are really great tracks. They are aggressive and stomping and if you like Front Line Assembly you should definitely check this band and the EP out.

The remix sound very similar to the original track, but is more electro based, doesn't feature any guitars and seems to be more meant for clubs. The track also has a nice little melody for the chorus that makes the song sound a bit more happy.

I was a bit shocked when the live version of "Prison Break" was really good too and sounded amazing, because in most cases live versions always have a pretty crappy sound.

The only thing I have to whine about is the lack of content. This could have been called a single instead of an EP, because it's not near as filled out as an EP and it would be nice with some more tracks. However, it's a solid track and I really dig it.
Jul 09 2010

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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