Sunday, February 26, 2012

Emmon - Nomme

Emmon - Nomme (2011)

This album has been growing on me ever since it was released last summer. I didn't like the new sound at the beginning, but now I do. I think it was the right thing to do for Emma, because it get's kinda boring to listen to songs sounding the same release after release. Now she has released a fresh sounding album and I'm really curious what will come next time!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Krux - Krux III He Who Sleeps Amongst The Stars

Krux - Krux III He Who Sleeps Amongst The Stars
(2011) GMR

Now it's time for some doom metal. I've listed mostly electronic music for some time, but I enjoy many other genres. This is kind of  an all star project with Candlemass' main man Leif Edling at the wheel. If you liked Candlemass' Last album, the 2009 "Death Magic Doom", you will most likely love this album. It's not pure doom metal, but the songs are real heavy.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Spark! - Hela Din Värld

Spark! - Hela Din Värld 2CD (2012)

Pop and EBM, is that even possible? Yes, Spark! show us how it's supposed to be done. The entire "Hela Din Värld" album is sung in Swedish, but don't let that put you away from this great release. I listen alot to bands singing in German, but that doesn't bother me. It should be the same for you with this album, just ignore the strange language and enjoy the music! If you're among the 200 lucky first orders you'll get the limited 2CD edition. The second disc includes both the 2007 album "65 Ton Stål" and the 2008 EP "Epos". Great value for money. Now I'm just waiting for a re-release of the 2009 album "Ett Lejon I Dig". Hopefully it's coming soon, because I missed it when it was available on CD.

Friday, February 3, 2012

VA - Septic X

VA - Septic X (2012)

It's already time for part ten of this classical industrial compilation series. This CD is maybe among the weakest ones, but it's still a recommended purchase. You get exclusive tracks from Dependent artists like Acretongue, Edge Of Dawn and Ghost & Writer. There's also some new and interesting artists to discover such as Volt 9000 and Radical G. There's even a piano ballad of Legacy Of Music Feat. Mesh. The best song is possibly "Mauerradio (Extended Version)" by Patenbrigade: Wolff, and this is a bit sad because the track is five years old. I thought the Septic series was all about getting new songs to be recognized, and maybe get some playtime at clubs?