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*ROUND 5* Super Sonic Electronic Tourney

Alright guys we move onto albums this week. Four of you remain and one of yous gotta go.
1Ninos Du Brasil
Vida Eterna


*INDUSTRIAL* (make sure it is still primarily electronic) Aggrotech Cybergrind Electro-industrial Dark electro Electronic Body Music Futurepop Japanoise Neue Deutsche Härte Power electronics Death industrial Power noise Industrial Techno

Album Max = 75 minutes
2Machismo
Severe Disconnect


*nocuffin*

Severe Disconnect is a great name for this album. The more I tried to connect with it the more I failed. I understand this is an acquired taste genre but damn I just couldn't get through it. I gave it a shot for a while. I started off thinking "wow I hate this" but figured I would develop an interest eventually. After some more time I stopped trying so hard and thought maybe if I perceive it more as background music it'll click. Nope. A courageous attempt though and I hate to even rate what I haven't learned to appreciate. 2?/5

*Eliminated*
3British Murder Boys
British Murder Boys


*Chortles*


Unfortunately the only stream I could find for this album was on a youtube playlist but the quality was still decent and was certainly worth finding. This collab between Regis and Surgeon is a compilation of 12 aggressive yet strangely hypnotic industrial techno cuts. Most if not all of the tracks build upon sporatic rhythms that cut like diamonds through sparse brooding atmospheres. Don't Give Way To Fear 1 and 2 as well as the warped build of All The Saints Have Been Hung were the standouts for me. The only complaint is that I thought an atmospheric track or some sort of minimal track could have split up the album to give a bit of variation or something however I do realize this is a only a compilation. 3.8/5
4Talvekoidik
Silent Reflections


*Yotimi*

This had some symphonic elements, mixed with glitch, IDM, and I suppose some noise elements. Nonetheless, this was a VERY intriguing listen. The drums had a really interesting almost 8 bit quality to them due to distortion that stayed consistent throughout the album. The title track had a brooding atmosphere that segued into a hopeful sounding string arrangement as the drums cut violently through the mix. The closing track The Cliff was a standout and probably my favorite. It featured some really pretty piano, strings, and some really interesting ethnic drums that were glitched and modified in every which way. There was a really unique quality to this album. 4/5
5Lyss:is
Memorylessness


*Archelirion*

Memorylessness doesn't hesitate to exhibit its apocolyptic nature. The first track explodes like a sonic spray of asteroids showering down on the listener provoking thoughts of impending doom. The second track plays out like the aftermath of devastation. The few survivors left involutarily feed off of eachothers flesh, which brings us to the third track. The most demented survive to continue walking the earth feeding off of whatever scraps they can find. The closing track is extinction, a cold desolate planet left without memory of what once was. Futile.
3.8/4
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