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Ken Goodey More insanely-brilliant, insane brilliance from those crazy Spektr guys. Madness or genius? I'd definitely say a little from column A and a little from column B. I've picked the title track, because I've lived with it and liked it since hearing it on the cover-mount CD that came with issue 20 of Zero Tolerance magazine. Although why it's taken me this long to get the whole EP - and other stuff by Spektr - is still a bit of a mystery, even to me. Favorite track: Mescalyne.
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The mysterious duo returns with 23 minutes of distilled chaos, where manic fury and swarming intensity are regulated and channelled in SPEKTR's inimitable trademark style. On their first-ever mini-album, the fearless Frenchmen conjure a frightening and twisted vision, utilising regimental discipline and an uncanny appreciation of mood manipulation to create a stark yet alluring atmosphere. Wickedly warped and contorted, "Mescalyne" is one of those perverse pleasures capable of unsettling your mind whilst simultaneously enriching your spirit. A heaving hybrid of raw Black Metal and harsh industrial ambience pulls the listener into a deep vortex of swirling energies where all is one and one is all. Somehow the creators bind disparate sounds seamlessly to deliver a unique, atypical work of stringent, structured obscurity.


released September 5, 2007



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