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Nachtstrom (1992/97; 9 tracks, incl. 'Vengessen')

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B004XVSB58
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Paul J. Abramason on January 28, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This being the 3rd release on Van Richter from

Sielwolf, it is in my opinion the strongest yet. This

album does not rely on guitar samples as much as the

previous two. It creates a very hard sound mainly

through percussive and keyboard electronic execution.

The album starts with the very catchy dance floor hit

"Korrosion". The intense percussion sets the tone for

the whole album. All the lyrics are done in German for

the entire album, and are more of a dark evil whisper

and not as distorted as the last album. "Werstarker

Zerstort" is done in Sielwolf tradition, a very heavy

and menacing track. Perhaps my favorite. The title

track goes through many stages, from its quietly

whispered beginnin to its pounding aggresive end.

"Embryo" and "Embryonal" tracks are great droning drug

induced standards. The tracks "Freitag" and "Ghost

Track" are both 10 minute factory tripping ambient

songs along the lines of Neubaten or TG. This shows

their diversity in the genre of industrial music as

they embrace both heaviness and disturbed tranquility.

And finally the track "Vengessen" shows another new

side to Sielwolf with its funky clean guitar line and

groovy bassline, this track would be great in a

futuristic Cheech n Chong movie. Overall a most

satisfying album to those like me with an appetite for

many flavors of true industrial.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By the ripper on August 30, 2013
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This being the 3rd release on Van Richter from Sielwolf, it is in my opinion the strongest yet. This album does not rely on guitar samples as much as the previous two. It creates a very hard sound mainly through percussive and keyboard electronic execution. The album starts with the very catchy dance floor hit "Korrosion". The intense percussion sets the tone for the whole album. All the lyrics are done in German for the entire album, and are more of a dark evil whisper and not as distorted as the last album. "Werstarker Zerstort" is done in Sielwolf tradition, a very heavy and menacing track. Perhaps my favorite. The title track goes through many stages, from its quietly whispered beginnin to its pounding aggresive end. "Embryo" and "Embryonal" tracks are great droning drug induced standards. The tracks "Freitag" and "Ghost Track" are both 10 minute factory tripping ambient songs along the lines of Neubaten or TG. This shows their diversity in the genre of industrial music as they embrace both heaviness and disturbed tranquility. And finally the track "Vengessen" shows another new side to Sielwolf with its funky clean guitar line and groovy bassline, this track would be great in a futuristic Cheech n Chong movie. Overall a most satisfying album to those like me with an appetite for many flavors of true industrial.
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This being the 3rd release on Van Richter from Sielwolf, it is in my opinion the strongest yet. This album does not rely on guitar samples as much as the previous two. It creates a very hard sound mainly through percussive and keyboard electronic execution. The album starts with the very catchy dance floor hit "Korrosion". The intense percussion sets the tone for the whole album. All the lyrics are done in German for the entire album, and are more of a dark evil whisper and not as distorted as the last album. "Werstarker Zerstort" is done in Sielwolf tradition, a very heavy and menacing track. Perhaps my favorite. The title track goes through many stages, from its quietly whispered beginnin to its pounding aggresive end. "Embryo" and "Embryonal" tracks are great droning drug induced standards. The tracks "Freitag" and "Ghost Track" are both 10 minute factory tripping ambient songs along the lines of Neubaten or TG. This shows their diversity in the genre of industrial music as they embrace both heaviness and disturbed tranquility. And finally the track "Vengessen" shows another new side to Sielwolf with its funky clean guitar line and groovy bassline, this track would be great in a futuristic Cheech n Chong movie. Overall a most satisfying album to those like me with an appetite for many flavors of true industrial
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SIELWOLF are industrial metal and experimental noise. This is a good album...for fans of LAIBACH, TEST DEPT., EINSTURZENDE NEUBAUTEN, BIG BLACK and MINISTRY.
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