Human Error Industrial, Noise Bleeding Ears Hard, rumble, scratchy. Sounds like noise. It is noise. I really don't know how to classify it. In my head I call it Noise-EBM, but for style fascists I don't think that term will do it. But I don't care. Here it's my opinion that counts. The music is noise-scratch mixed with electronic drums and more classical EBM-loops. And the mist horn at track six, "Part I: Industrial Revoloution" is really good. Track five, "Che" isn't that bad either. With fixes of some of the songs could get a really good sound. And the fact that they are using someone who screams with a hard distorted voice feels kind of right. It makes me think of "The Pain Machinery" that I saw at Tinitus '03. Overall I think it's a good record. I give it 6 gimlets of 10. This demo review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 350
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Bleeding Ears - Human Error

6.0
"Alright"
Demo released 2002
Hard, rumble, scratchy. Sounds like noise. It is noise. I really don't know how to classify it. In my head I call it Noise-EBM, but for style fascists I don't think that term will do it. But I don't care. Here it's my opinion that counts.

The music is noise-scratch mixed with electronic drums and more classical EBM-loops. And the mist horn at track six, "Part I: Industrial Revoloution" is really good. Track five, "Che" isn't that bad either.

With fixes of some of the songs could get a really good sound. And the fact that they are using someone who screams with a hard distorted voice feels kind of right. It makes me think of "The Pain Machinery" that I saw at Tinitus '03.

Overall I think it's a good record. I give it 6 gimlets of 10.

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

Demo

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John Wikström

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