Fracture - _Killernet_
(Pendragon Records/Mimicry, 1997)
by: Adrian Bromley (7 out of 10)
Totally out of control techno/industrial-driven music here, lashing out at us with hard and mesmerizing beats. We are taken through numerous passages of soundscape ideas and instrumental numbers that help form a rather addictive groove with each song. At times, the music seems to be heading towards a NIN/Trent Reznor sound and feel (it's in the vocals), but the brunt of the music manages to salvage a good record with its intricate little sounds and tidbits interspersed throughout the rockin' techno/industrial rhythms. A record that'll grow on you with every listen, as well as providing you with a different outlook each time out. My fave part of record? Track #2 at the 3:20 mark where the woman asks, 'Do you think Jesus would have used the Internet?' Classic soundbite.

Contact: Pendragon Records, P.O. Box 388, Yardley, PA, 19067, USA

(article published 12/8/1997)


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