Spankthenun – The Bunkertapes Vol.3 (Album – Spank The Nun)

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Genre/Influences: EBM.

Format: Digital, CD.

Background/Info: American brothers Eric and Jeremy Hanes are back on track unleashing the third installment of “The Bunkertapes”-series. This album features eleven songs plus eleven remixes.

Content: If you’re familiar with this formation you probably know what to expect. The work moves on where the previous album left off; elaborated EBM songs covered with cold, Klinik-al atmospheres, solid bass lines, Industrial sound treatments, and powerful vocals. Remixes have been accomplished by Mirland, Grendel, Ext!ze, Moris Blak, Blak Emoji, Mechanical Vein, Anthony [H] , Batavia, Moaan Exis and Chris Vienna. The digital format is featuring 3 more remixes.

+ + + : Spankthenun is a band with its own approach although the sound might remind you of Leather Strip -and that’s not really a surprise as Claus Larsen was featured on their previous work. This is a familiar EBM format achieved with a true sound intelligence. There are several cool songs and also some exciting remixes. The remixes are adding a real bonus.

– – – : The songs are elaborated although the sound formula remains quite similar for all the songs. I think this band is even able to do better.

Conclusion: If you like well-crafted and powerful EBM and if  you have never heard of this band before, I can strongly recommend listening to Spankthenun.

Best songs: “Blot Out The Sun”, “Fuck The Apocalypse”, “Crushing Blow”, “Madman”, “On The Run”, “The Grind” + “Chrome – Ext!Ze Remix”, “No One Survives – Grendel Remix”, “Blak Out The Sun – Moris Blak Remix”.

Rate: 8½.

Artist:www.facebook.com/spankthenun

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