Content: Felix Marc and Vasi Vallis, better known as Frozen Plasma, have released an album that will please all their fans and especially those of them who attended their live show at the famous Wave Gothic Treffen of Leipzig in 2012.
This album features 11 songs of the band. Among the playlist you’ll discover a previously unreleased song (cf. “Imaginary”), which definitely is not the best song they ever made and a cover version of NamNamBulu (previous synth-pop formation Vallis was involved to). The cover of “Memories” reminds me to the glorious days of future-pop music and is one of the highlights of the album.
The debut songs are a bit hesitant although you can hear that the faithful fans are fully enjoying the show. Felix Marc is a good entertainer, which is quite noticeable on this CD recording. The final part of the concert is much better and an opportunity to re-discover some essential cuts of the “Monumentum”-album like “Murderous Trap” and “Tanz Die Revolution”. There’s a noticeable union between the band and the audience. Another great song is “Warmongers” (released as title track of an EP). This is my personal favorite and just a very efficient reminder about the potential of this band.
The other good news about Frozen Plasma is that a new EP (cf. “Herz”) is in the pipeline and represents the studio comeback of the duo.
Conclusion: A live album will always remain an item for the biggest fans of a band. I especially like the progression in the tracklist ending in an absolute great synth-pop apotheosis.
Best songs: “Warmongers”, “Tanz Die Revolution”, “Murderous trap”, “Memories”.
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