Dancefloor Killer EP Industrial Hardcore, Harsh EBM Aengeldust From Alfa Matrix, Aengeldust comes with the digital EP 'Dancefloor Killer', a devastating wall of sound created by the hard industrial mind Nadine "Cooraz" Engel which is able to conceive a solo side project of Acylum with an extremely hard, loud songs and the cover speaks for itself. The four tracks of the single run fast listening and sounds like a terror imperial march that comes directly from the heart of Germany; The tunes are rhythmic noise and sporadic horror-harsh manipulated vocals, that certainly will be appreciated by those who love this genre. "Bloodsport" is the name of the second and third track of the album; the latter is a collaboration remix by Rudy Ratzinger of :Wumpscut:, the track proceeds slow and with decision. Martial, violent and disturbing it will give you an injection of pure German tortured vocal samples with deep tunes from darkness. Songs are like the delay inside a factory that proceed determined and relentless, marked by the hammering sonic assault, that portends anger all over you while you listen. Although the title of the EP is called "Dancefloor Killer" it's hard to imagine hearing that in a club, if not exclusively in the power-noise dancefloor. Being very tough and lacking in bassline and riffs not everyone might like it. Spinning an Aengeldust track means giving a jolt to wake up the clubbers and surely grab their attention. Aengeldust returns from the underworld to full-blast blow up your speakers. 350
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Aengeldust - Dancefloor Killer EP

From Alfa Matrix, Aengeldust comes with the digital EP 'Dancefloor Killer', a devastating wall of sound created by the hard industrial mind Nadine "Cooraz" Engel which is able to conceive a solo side project of Acylum with an extremely hard, loud songs and the cover speaks for itself.

The four tracks of the single run fast listening and sounds like a terror imperial march that comes directly from the heart of Germany; The tunes are rhythmic noise and sporadic horror-harsh manipulated vocals, that certainly will be appreciated by those who love this genre.

"Bloodsport" is the name of the second and third track of the album; the latter is a collaboration remix by Rudy Ratzinger of :Wumpscut:, the track proceeds slow and with decision.

Martial, violent and disturbing it will give you an injection of pure German tortured vocal samples with deep tunes from darkness. Songs are like the delay inside a factory that proceed determined and relentless, marked by the hammering sonic assault, that portends anger all over you while you listen.

Although the title of the EP is called "Dancefloor Killer" it's hard to imagine hearing that in a club, if not exclusively in the power-noise dancefloor. Being very tough and lacking in bassline and riffs not everyone might like it. Spinning an Aengeldust track means giving a jolt to wake up the clubbers and surely grab their attention.

Aengeldust returns from the underworld to full-blast blow up your speakers. Jan 25 2014

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