My Enemy Complete Electrorock, Industrial My Enemy Complete Hailing from Washington DC, and citing Jeff Buckley and Front Line Assembly as major influences, this Electronic Rock trio knows how to at least pique the interest of the reviewer. Another upcoming act from the diverse Radio-Active-Music, My Enemy Complete immediately reminds me of early Zeromancer (which is a good thing). "Resistor" is the title of the first track on this EP, and like previously indicated, rings familiar to anyone who has heard the first ZM album (In particular, "Something For The Pain"). "Rite of Passage" has a more funk-like but popular bass style, and this time reminds me of Stabbing Westward, and the theme of sounding like popular Electronic Rock bands continues - however, where imitation usually breeds unoriginality, I at least feel that this project has their own ideas and sounds. I'm not a huge fan of Electronic/Industrial Rock - I hate most of it, like some, and love a very small number of acts, but for me this is a comfortable listen. 350
Brutal Resonance

My Enemy Complete - My Enemy Complete

5.5
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2010 by Radio-Active-Music
Hailing from Washington DC, and citing Jeff Buckley and Front Line Assembly as major influences, this Electronic Rock trio knows how to at least pique the interest of the reviewer. Another upcoming act from the diverse Radio-Active-Music, My Enemy Complete immediately reminds me of early Zeromancer (which is a good thing).

"Resistor" is the title of the first track on this EP, and like previously indicated, rings familiar to anyone who has heard the first ZM album (In particular, "Something For The Pain"). "Rite of Passage" has a more funk-like but popular bass style, and this time reminds me of Stabbing Westward, and the theme of sounding like popular Electronic Rock bands continues - however, where imitation usually breeds unoriginality, I at least feel that this project has their own ideas and sounds.

I'm not a huge fan of Electronic/Industrial Rock - I hate most of it, like some, and love a very small number of acts, but for me this is a comfortable listen.
Jul 23 2011

Nick Quarm

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