Komor Kommando – Das EP – Music Review

Launched the total manner support in October of 2009, it modified into about time I obtained around to writing a overview of Komor Kommando’s incendiary Das EP. Komor Kommando is Sebastian R. Komor’s one-man assault on the dance floor after a success projects as sound dressmaker and songwriter for acts akin to Zombie Lady and […]

Komor Kommando – Das EP – Music Review

Launched the total manner support in October of 2009, it modified into about time I obtained around to writing a overview of Komor Kommando’s incendiary Das EP. Komor Kommando is Sebastian R. Komor’s one-man assault on the dance floor after a success projects as sound dressmaker and songwriter for acts akin to Zombie Lady and Icon of Coil. Armed to the teeth the albums opening music Like Your Neighbour begins slightly restrained, hinting tantalisingly on the storm of dance-weighted down chaos and noise yet to come support. I’d imply no longer taking part in this to your MP3 participant, as soon as the storm breaks, the will to jack the tracks up to volumes drawing near those that will leave you crippled with server and lasting listening to wound is highly potent. As the outlet music suggests, this album has to be conducted at excessive volume, preferably in a residential residence!

Following up on Like Your Neighbour is the beat driven sample heavy Affirm Of Destruction. Sounding every bit as menacing as the title suggests, wailing and stuttering synthesised sounds, sampled screams, ominous pads and that ever present wreck of drums treasure the insidious march of some shaded war-machine, produce a wonderfully fractured and psychotic audio trip (one thing that’s more-or-much less present right via the album).

Arpegiation makes everything sound correct, with out a doubt a lie nonetheless a residence truth I’ll persist with except otherwise irrefutably proven immoral. Despite the eventual final consequence of this future dispute, Triggerfinger makes use of it to gargantuan carry out crafting around it a music certain for club-hit residing.

The Beat That Goes Ping, Das Onntz, and AntiKrist ruin away from the the relaxation of the album by manner of the shaded militaristic and grimy aesthetic. These are a lighter breed of music, diverging precise into a more techno branch nonetheless precise as precise as the the total leisure. Das Onntz is another possible club music, The Beat That Goes Ping is terribly frosty introducing – packed with catchy samples that will characteristic around to your brain for days – unfortunately you may maybe maybe doubtlessly strive and recreate these verbally and no longer sleep the funny legend of some very uncool americans. The last music wonders off into experimental land via ambient park and springs support titled AntiKrist – a gargantuan manner to bring the EP to a conclude.

Komor’s first EP from his solo project is an improbable originate and I eagerly await what comes next. Das EP is gargantuan value for cash with a solid and varied sound, a must accept for industrial-dance junkies and followers and strongly advisable for each person else. In the event you continue to haven’t got it, take a look at Das EP out now.

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