Demo EBM, Electronics RW FFW The demo from RW FFW i received is a mixture of industrial gabber instrumental tracks as well as some more heavy EBM tracks with vocals. For being a demo the overall sound quality is really descent even though some final mastering would be necessary before the band makes an official release of this material. The instrumental tracks in this demo are pretty good, but the problem (and that problems span over all hard instrumental tracks) is that you really need it to be something special to not become monotone and repeatable; fortunately for the most part the tracks still feel fresh and energetic to listen to. The thing I don't understand is why there are so many instrumental tracks, since the tracks with vocals are absolutely my favourites and they are all very well performed and the voice is really great. The dance floor ass-kicker "Control" is my favourite and "Blood Missile" is not far behind. Of the twelve tracks on this demo, only four of them have some form of vocals and that's the downside with it all. RW FFW is really an unpolished diamond, keep the vocals coming and this will turn out to something really great. 450
Brutal Resonance

RW FFW - Demo

7.0
"Good"
Demo released 2009
The demo from RW FFW i received is a mixture of industrial gabber instrumental tracks as well as some more heavy EBM tracks with vocals. For being a demo the overall sound quality is really descent even though some final mastering would be necessary before the band makes an official release of this material.

The instrumental tracks in this demo are pretty good, but the problem (and that problems span over all hard instrumental tracks) is that you really need it to be something special to not become monotone and repeatable; fortunately for the most part the tracks still feel fresh and energetic to listen to. The thing I don't understand is why there are so many instrumental tracks, since the tracks with vocals are absolutely my favourites and they are all very well performed and the voice is really great. The dance floor ass-kicker "Control" is my favourite and "Blood Missile" is not far behind. Of the twelve tracks on this demo, only four of them have some form of vocals and that's the downside with it all.

RW FFW is really an unpolished diamond, keep the vocals coming and this will turn out to something really great.
Jul 04 2009

Demo

Demo release from the artist. A brief tape or recording illustrating the abilities of the artist.

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