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DETONATOR
DETONATOR
Attack Of Bacteria
(self-financed)
25:29min

There is very little info on this Russian band. It seems this is a compilation of some songs they did in the 90s. Must be said that 3 of the 4 members of this band are now dead, which is quite a tragic thing, but at least they had this recordings as their last testament. It starts with a strong Death Metal sound, pretty much in the SEPULTURA, PESTILENCE vein. But then the next song starts with a strange computer sound, with a strong MINISTRY like style and then a very groovy mid section, with that computer sound going on in the background the whole time… at times this sounds like a videogame / dance music, very weird. The next song sounds now like CYNIC or ATHEIST, still with groovy riffs, and a semi technical performance. You can tell it is the same band due to the vocalist being the same and the sound, but the style changes, at least in these recordings, are quite drastic. The last song is again in the vein of the first one yet still with a weird mid-section of something like Jazz / World Rock. This might have some historical value for die hard collectors, but overall it is nothing to lose sleep over. More info at unit8sf@yandex.ru

Julian ”Fatal Sense” Nunez

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