... And Thus We Walked EBM, Industrial Run Level Zero Run Level Zero hereby release what you could call a follow-up to their latest full length album 'Walk the psycho[path]' and here they have let a some artists do remixes of their earlier work and also have a chance to let us hear their new material. Even the design binds this new E.P and the last album together. The artists who have contributed are X-Fusion, Rotersand, Interlace and F. Solenberg. Interlace have created a remix of "CNN of Worms" with their own special little flavour with slower and heavier beats with more industrial noises. Rotersand walks against what you would have expected from them with their remix of "Headless" where you get some influences of noise and gabber but later on follow up with synthesizer loops you are more able to make connections with the band. X-Fusion has managed to create a remix of "Under The Gun" which is the most powerful dance remix in all categories right now. Sure, the original is very danceable, but this remix made me cry of happiness and is a given track every time I DJ. How are Run Level Zero's new tracks then? They are absolutely good tracks and "Tell-Tale Art" is my given favourite. Even here you are able to find the connections to the earlier album even though I think the band have managed to go a little bit further on the rating scale. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 450
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Run Level Zero - ... And Thus We Walked

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2004 by Memento Materia
Run Level Zero hereby release what you could call a follow-up to their latest full length album 'Walk the psycho[path]' and here they have let a some artists do remixes of their earlier work and also have a chance to let us hear their new material. Even the design binds this new E.P and the last album together.

The artists who have contributed are X-Fusion, Rotersand, Interlace and F. Solenberg. Interlace have created a remix of "CNN of Worms" with their own special little flavour with slower and heavier beats with more industrial noises. Rotersand walks against what you would have expected from them with their remix of "Headless" where you get some influences of noise and gabber but later on follow up with synthesizer loops you are more able to make connections with the band. X-Fusion has managed to create a remix of "Under The Gun" which is the most powerful dance remix in all categories right now. Sure, the original is very danceable, but this remix made me cry of happiness and is a given track every time I DJ.

How are Run Level Zero's new tracks then? They are absolutely good tracks and "Tell-Tale Art" is my given favourite. Even here you are able to find the connections to the earlier album even though I think the band have managed to go a little bit further on the rating scale.

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

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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