CattaC – Deliverance (Album – DarkTunes Music Group)

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Genre/Influences: EBM, Industrial.

Format: Digital.

Background/Info: “Deliverance” is the fourth full length album by German CattaC-duo. The album features nine songs.

Content: If you’re already familiar with CattaC you’re going to easily recognize their EBM style although “Deliverance” explores new sonic paths. It all remains pretty dark and EBM driven but there’s a more explicit touch reminding me of the work of Parzival and Stiff Miners. The deep, growling, vocals are matching with this sound approach. The song “And I Failed” features clear, guest vocal parts by Amore Ad Lunam.

+ + + : CattaC isn’t exactly a common EBM formation but tries to explore different fields. So in the end you get an atypical-although recognizable, style. I like the band’s minimalism and dark, Industrial, elements they’re incorporating to their work. “Deliverance” is a cool piece of music featuring several great cuts but especially “Quiet Sea” and “A Bitter End” are the most noticeable pieces.

– – – : CattaC’s EBM format maybe isn’t the most accessible one for its unique approach.

Conclusion: CattaC is one of those EBM formations injecting something different to a music genre which is too often repeating itself.

Best songs: “Quiet Sea”, “A Bitter End”, “Six Days Left”, “And I Failed”.

Rate: 8.

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