Interferenz EBM, Electro Reizstrom After a quite mediocre debut with 'Dwarfs Like Giants' back in 2010, Reizstrom is back and they have truly amped it up with their new album 'Interferenz' with sound that could be described as a mix of Substaat, Felix Marc and Dupont. This album is much more focused. Shooting rays of light in every single direction does not do much, if you narrow it down to one single point, that's when the fire starts. And while evil brats terrorize poor ants this way, Reizstrom's latest release would make a freaking deer into a flaming ball of fire. While 'Dwarfs Like Giants' where 17 tracks long (four of them remixes), 'Interferenz' is the perfect 10 tracks long. It's like they asked themselves after the previous release; "Alright mein freunde, Patrik did not care much for this release, how do we fix that, achtung bitte!" (yes, Germans speak that way). And they did. Smart lyrics, smart melodies and have a sound that they can call their own. Tracks you need to check out is "It's your turn", "Invisible Forces", "Compromise", "Winners & Losers", "Waking Up Normal" and "Narcotic". Learned. Improved. Evolved. Grown. Even the cover art is better than the debut album, that cover gives me nightmares. This is worth your time. 450
Brutal Resonance

Reizstrom - Interferenz

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released off label 2012
After a quite mediocre debut with 'Dwarfs Like Giants' back in 2010, Reizstrom is back and they have truly amped it up with their new album 'Interferenz' with sound that could be described as a mix of Substaat, Felix Marc and Dupont.

This album is much more focused. Shooting rays of light in every single direction does not do much, if you narrow it down to one single point, that's when the fire starts. And while evil brats terrorize poor ants this way, Reizstrom's latest release would make a freaking deer into a flaming ball of fire.

While 'Dwarfs Like Giants' where 17 tracks long (four of them remixes), 'Interferenz' is the perfect 10 tracks long. It's like they asked themselves after the previous release; "Alright mein freunde, Patrik did not care much for this release, how do we fix that, achtung bitte!" (yes, Germans speak that way). And they did.

Smart lyrics, smart melodies and have a sound that they can call their own. Tracks you need to check out is "It's your turn", "Invisible Forces", "Compromise", "Winners & Losers", "Waking Up Normal" and "Narcotic".

Learned. Improved. Evolved. Grown. Even the cover art is better than the debut album, that cover gives me nightmares. This is worth your time. Aug 20 2012

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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