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Terrorkode

Formed in just 2009, TERRORKODE swiftly appeared on DWA’s radar with a beat-heavy online demo that subsequently became the basis of their download-only debut EP “Whores + Motherfuckers” – released on December 31, 2010.

Programmers and designers Neural and Sacro threw out the established harsh-EBM blueprint commonly associated with acts from Latin America – opting instead for a sound more in keeping with the European darkrave/hardstyle scene.

Now, after nearly nine months of exchanging and fine-tuning prototypes between Osaka and Bogotá, the final commer ...read more

Formed in just 2009, TERRORKODE swiftly appeared on DWA’s radar with a beat-heavy online demo that subsequently became the basis of their download-only debut EP “Whores + Motherfuckers” – released on December 31, 2010.

Programmers and designers Neural and Sacro threw out the established harsh-EBM blueprint commonly associated with acts from Latin America – opting instead for a sound more in keeping with the European darkrave/hardstyle scene.

Now, after nearly nine months of exchanging and fine-tuning prototypes between Osaka and Bogotá, the final commercial build of “Corrosive Audio” has rumbled off the production line in Dresden after being mixed and mastered by Kolja Trelle of SOMAN.

Key components have been modified by leading third-party audio developers in Germany like SAM, PHOSGORE, NOISUF-X, and Canada-based sonic architect SEBASTIAN KOMOR – and been re-integrated as upgrades into the final production model .

A sleek design of bass and beats, including firmware revisions of the hit tracks “Motherfuckers” and “Whore” from the earlier EP, “Corrosive Audio” is also given an added dimension via the voice of Javi Ssagittar from TERROLOKAUST. “Sew My Eyes”, released in digital-EP format as a trailer for “Corrosive Audio” on September 7, swiftly joined “Motherfuckers” as one of the most-streamed tracks in the history of DWA’s digital platform.

“Corrosive Audio” comes in a standard digital model and deluxe 4-panel gatefold digipak CD version, with breathtaking concept artwork from Vlad McNeally of Kallisti Design (SURGYN, NACHTMAHR, DETROIT DIESEL). « hide


Frequency Overload
04/04/2013

3.2
1 Votes
Corrosive Audio
2011

3.2
1 Votes

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