Circuitry of Blades Aggrotech, Harsh EBM Nano Infect Dear Lord, it's Greece, Again. Before I can even recover from the breathtaking Hellenic dual assault of Siva Six and CygnosiC, Nano Infect finally puts out his first official album , and like anyone who heard the promo tracks (in particular "Abortion" and "Fall Asleep"), it's ironically easy to wake up and take notice. There's been no end to the amount of people i've seen asking "When's Nano Infect going to release a CD?". I dare say this would have happened sooner, had Synthetic not ended up running the project as the only full time member. History aside, this act has gone from a founding duo to a one man (plus live support) creation. "Abortion" is the first proper track on here, and as many of those aware of this project will know, it's a great, great Dark Electro dancefloor track. This is the heavier style of Dark Electro, and fits under the terms "Harsh EBM" and "Aggrotech". "Terror in my Mind" is the first track on here that is unfamiliar to me,and it's certainly clear that despite all the troubles currently going on in Greece, the Industrial scene is thriving, and if only the world was of better taste, would solve the financial crisis by record sales. In all honesty, if you try and imagine the energy of C-Lekktor, with the bass and thriving beat of Xperiment, but bring the influence away from the Hispanic, and towards the trademark Greek sound (believe me, after a while you can tell where a band is from by the sound), then you're close to the Nano Infect Manifesto. Tracks on here go from very fast indeed ("Bound to Kill") to slightly slower but highly defined. I knew before I listened to this that it wouldn't disappoint, and behold, Nano Infect has gone and made a great debut album. It just needs Hydra Division V to release something in 2011 and (wait for it): The Greek Shall Inherit the Earth (Complaints to info@brutalresonance.com). Worth a pun-t at Dark Electro album of the year? Why not. 450
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Nano Infect - Circuitry of Blades

Dear Lord, it's Greece, Again. Before I can even recover from the breathtaking Hellenic dual assault of Siva Six and CygnosiC, Nano Infect finally puts out his first official album , and like anyone who heard the promo tracks (in particular "Abortion" and "Fall Asleep"), it's ironically easy to wake up and take notice.

There's been no end to the amount of people i've seen asking "When's Nano Infect going to release a CD?".

I dare say this would have happened sooner, had Synthetic not ended up running the project as the only full time member. History aside, this act has gone from a founding duo to a one man (plus live support) creation.

"Abortion" is the first proper track on here, and as many of those aware of this project will know, it's a great, great Dark Electro dancefloor track. This is the heavier style of Dark Electro, and fits under the terms "Harsh EBM" and "Aggrotech".

"Terror in my Mind" is the first track on here that is unfamiliar to me,and it's certainly clear that despite all the troubles currently going on in Greece, the Industrial scene is thriving, and if only the world was of better taste, would solve the financial crisis by record sales.

In all honesty, if you try and imagine the energy of C-Lekktor, with the bass and thriving beat of Xperiment, but bring the influence away from the Hispanic, and towards the trademark Greek sound (believe me, after a while you can tell where a band is from by the sound), then you're close to the Nano Infect Manifesto.

Tracks on here go from very fast indeed ("Bound to Kill") to slightly slower but highly defined.

I knew before I listened to this that it wouldn't disappoint, and behold, Nano Infect has gone and made a great debut album.

It just needs Hydra Division V to release something in 2011 and (wait for it):
The Greek Shall Inherit the Earth (Complaints to info@brutalresonance.com).

Worth a pun-t at Dark Electro album of the year? Why not.
Jul 23 2011

Nick Quarm

info@brutalresonance.com
Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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