Vultures - Great Discoveries & Plasma Ticks
Industrial This is chaos. This is EBM. This is electric guitars and hardcore from the beginning to the end. This is brutal and it catches you and it feels right. Aggressive distorted shouting and machine sounds that are pounding in the background leaves no time for rest. This is riot music for industrial kids with revolutionary thoughts and great need for fast and brutal music.

Songs like "Live A Message" and "Internal Plea" is so great and speaks so much for them that no words are necessary. This is something I will listen more too and I cannot wait to hear more from Vultures in the future.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Vultures - Great Discoveries & Plasma Ticks

9.0
"Amazing"
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Electroracle
Released 2004 by MOMT Records
This is chaos. This is EBM. This is electric guitars and hardcore from the beginning to the end. This is brutal and it catches you and it feels right. Aggressive distorted shouting and machine sounds that are pounding in the background leaves no time for rest. This is riot music for industrial kids with revolutionary thoughts and great need for fast and brutal music.

Songs like "Live A Message" and "Internal Plea" is so great and speaks so much for them that no words are necessary. This is something I will listen more too and I cannot wait to hear more from Vultures in the future.

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

John Wikström

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