Label: Make Up - make 9,Intoxygene - EFASP85 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Industrial
The Dakota Staton - Dakota 66 Gods are the original techno-goth-metal-punk band, having both predated and apparently outlasted their disciples, which include Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson.
Their ninth album, Second Natureis perhaps Astronomic - The Young Gods - Second Nature most techno-oriented to date, yet it still features the wide array of styles that have made them consistently appealing to underground fans.
The opening tracks, "Lucidogen" and "Supersonic," are fast-paced industrial dance rockers, with frontman Franz Treichler singing in his trademark breathy and electronically distorted voice through a virtual wall of tightly compressed guitars and pumping bass and drums.
But far more interesting is when the Young Gods turn their superb songwriting skills into slow dark numbers like "Laisse Couler Le Son " and "Toi du Monde," both of which are produced with the careful craftsmanship of excellent dubby techno that could stand on its own even without the vocals. The instrumental ambience of the closing track, "Love 2. The Young Gods seamlessly tie together the often disparate genres of industrial and electronic, proving that there are two different Astronomic - The Young Gods - Second Nature within the same body of electronic music.
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