Darkness On Demand – Brain Fucked / No Religion (Digital EP – Repo Records)
Background/Info: Darkness On Demand strikes back with a second extract from their second album “Detoxination”. After the terrific EP featuring the title song of their album they now chose for another great piece while adding a few remixes from other familiar cuts and two new songs.
Content: “Brain Fucked” has been remixed by Leather Strip and Vdoc. We also get a remix of “Never Look Back” by Winterhart and a “Maxi”-edit of “God Needs No Religion”. Both new songs are in the EBM-sound of Darkness On Demand.
+ + + : First there’s a real great remix of the title song by Leather Strip. Claus Larsen has already accomplished great remixes, but this is one I’ll really keep in mind even if I have to say the original edit is of course very inspiring. Another noticeable song is the maxi-version of “God Needs No Religion”. The production of the vocals is really cool. The Winterhart remix (side project of Darkness On Demand) brings a somewhat heavenly-like touch to the work. It’s also cool to discover new songs; I’ve a preference for “Brain Drain”.
– – – : Cool to discover new cuts, but they aren’t exactly the most convincing songs from the band so far.
Conclusion: “Detoxination” remains a great production and I won’t be surprised if there’s another EP taken from it.
Best songs: “Brain Fucked – Leather Strip Remix”, “God Needs No Religion – Maxi”, “Brain Fucked – Vdoc Remix”.
Artist: www.darknessondemand.com / www.facebook.com/darknessondemand
Label: www.reporecords.de / www.facebook.com/pages/Repo–Records/119590774857404
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