May 20, 2024

Im Namen Des Volkes – Welt Ist Kaputt (EP – Ant-Zen)

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Genre/Influences: Minimal-Electro, Experimental, Industrial.

Format: Digital, Vinyl.

Background/Info: Matthias Schuster (also known from Bal Paré, Das Institut, Geisterfahrer, Lichtjahr ao) broke the silence unleashing his first new Im Namen Des Volkes-work in years. It also is the first work he released by Ant-Zen. This EP features four songs.

Content: This project remains driven by good-old influences from 80s Electro/Industrial pioneers. It definitely sounds Experimental but is still into the typical ‘analogue’ 80s approach of Electronic music. This work reminds me of the glorious days of SPK.

+ + + : Great comeback for this artist which remains inspired and devoted to the sound and magic of the 80s. This is great old-school Electro/Industrial music featuring heavy, blasting passages composed by an artist who was already active during the 80s. You’ll discover great sound treatments with spoken-like vocal parts on top.

– – – : I regret the tracks are pretty short -which however often was quite 80s-minded as well.

Conclusion: Im Namen Des Volkes bring us back to the past and will for sure evoke great souvenirs.

Best songs: “Wellengenerator”, “Welt An Die Wand”.

Rate: 8.

Artist: www.thegeisterfahrer.dewww.facebook.com/ImNamenDesVolkes

Label: www.ant-zen.com / www.facebook.com/antzen.official

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