Whores + Motherfuckers TBM, Rhythmic Noise Terrorkode Terrorkode is a brand new signing from the label DWA based in Japan. Deathwatch Asia has a reputation of signing the meanest bands around the electro market and Terrorkode is not a exception. The single release called 'Whores + Motherfuckers' is a digital release that contains 2 tracks and 3 remixes from known and lesser known acts. I am not a fan of remixes but these remixes are really good and they offer different approaches on the original tracks which is really nice. The two original tracks "Whores" and "Motherfuckers" are two pumping tracks with some nice movie samples and combine really heavy kicks with nice basslines and some melodies that are more in the background. It seems the band focuses on aggressive and heavy club music like the bands SAM and Phosgore, but the difference is that this act is a bit softer in their sound , but this is not a bad thing. My biggest problem is that there are no vocals, since I am not a huge fan of instrumental acts. I would like to hear more from this act but this was a good taste of what is to come. 450
Brutal Resonance

Terrorkode - Whores + Motherfuckers

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2010 by DWA
Terrorkode is a brand new signing from the label DWA based in Japan. Deathwatch Asia has a reputation of signing the meanest bands around the electro market and Terrorkode is not a exception.

The single release called 'Whores + Motherfuckers' is a digital release that contains 2 tracks and 3 remixes from known and lesser known acts. I am not a fan of remixes but these remixes are really good and they offer different approaches on the original tracks which is really nice.

The two original tracks "Whores" and "Motherfuckers" are two pumping tracks with some nice movie samples and combine really heavy kicks with nice basslines and some melodies that are more in the background. It seems the band focuses on aggressive and heavy club music like the bands SAM and Phosgore, but the difference is that this act is a bit softer in their sound , but this is not a bad thing.

My biggest problem is that there are no vocals, since I am not a huge fan of instrumental acts. I would like to hear more from this act but this was a good taste of what is to come.
Dec 30 2010

Fredrik Croona

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