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Monokrom is another eardrum terrorist that will trigger some more brain distortions on planet Earth. Metallic bass grooves distorted at wishes, flows of deteriorated machine sounds, over-manipulated and undefinable noise assaults, sharp metallic distortions of the kind found on hostile alien airwaves, relentless scratched beats and vibrating lamenting voice fragments all belong to Monokrom’s new order of chaos. Dark atmospheres aggravate to cold, sheer fear; the ultimate threat. Massive beats, torn to shreds by metal splinters, subfrequent sequences, metallic echoing, herald the advance of an inorganic intelligence without hurry, though victory is near. The sound of machines flows into noise. Distorted beats are hailing down like a storm, mercilessly tormenting and mistreating. Ultimately sombre and hostile, Monokrom is not easy to listen to. The label calls it “harsh rhythm dark ambient” and well - it’s exactly what you can expect from this project. The overall atmosphere is very depressing and a nightmarish interpretation of modern technology. Sounds and noise particles are cleverly used to raise acoustical pictures of devastation and the apocalypse. But here the four horsemen come on legs made of metal and they don’t use archaic horses but fierce killing machines made of steel.

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