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Terrolokaust - God Loves The Violence (2CD Limited Edition) (2011)
Category: ElectronicIndustrial, EBM, Electro | Date: 04.04.2011 23:04
GENRE..... Electronic
STYLE.....  Dark-Electro, EBM, Industrial
LABEL..... Deathwatch Asia
MODE ..... VBRkbps / Joint-Stereo
REL.DATE... 04.04.2011
COUNTRY... Spain
 
Terrolokaust - God Loves The Violence (2CD Limited Edition) (2011)
When artists of this calibre in the industrial music scene are   
prepared to praise a new act publicly in this way, hype becomes  
almost an irrelevance.
Yet the groundswell of hype and the sense of public expectation  
surrounding Spanish dark electro duo TERROLOKAUST's incredible   
second album "God Loves The Violence" continues to increase      
almost daily - and this is an album that indeed lives up to that 
hype on every level.
Completed in the summer of 2010, "God Loves The Violence" has    
been passed around between astonished music-industry insiders    
ever since û and it would be no exaggeration to say that it has  
become one of the most talked-about and eagerly-anticipated      
releases of 2011.                                                
Immediately signed worldwide by DWA after just one listen (and   
licensed immediately afterwards by Infacted Recordings for       
Europe) "God Loves The Violence" represents a quantum-leap in    
songwriting and production from the band's 2006 debut "Gas", and 
an album that is a sure-fire candidate for "Album Of The Year" - 
one that will leave many more-established acts struggling to     
compete.

Mastered by Kolja Trelle of SOMAN, and featuring remixes from    
top names like GRENDEL, REAPER and NACHTMAHR, "God Loves The     
Violence" is both a masterpiece of dark electro and a fresh new  
take on it û one that seamlessly gathers together elements from  
diverse musical styles to effortlessly breathe new life into the 
genre.                                                           
Simple, powerful programmed bass and beats, topped with          
expressive and versatile vocals, this is an album of melodic     
beauty and passion that contains a rich variety of sounds - and  
an obvious appreciation of both electronica and alternative      
rock.

High-tempo club hits like the single "No Control" or             
infectiously-catchy duet "Your Fucking Drugs" (featuring female  
vocals from Betty of fellow Spanish act CODE NAME), mid-tempo    
tunes like "Feeding On The Lies" and title track "God Loves The  
Violence", more fragile and contemplative pieces like "The Pain  
Of Knowing" and "Primitive Ways": "God Loves The Violence" has   
them all û including 2 tracks sung in the band's native Spanish, 
"La Realidad" and "Nihilismo Moral".                             
And with American industrial-metal act MINISTRY's "Fix" movie    
scheduled for release later this year, in addition to the 12     
outstanding original tracks of "God Loves The Violence"          
TERROLOKAUST also thought to record a brilliant re-              
interpretation of MINISTRY's classic "Just One Fix" - along with 
making a top-quality promo video of it, launched on YouTube on   
February 4th.
                                                                 
Formed in 2006 from the ashes of long-running Spanish            
industrial-rock outfit SYMAWRATH, following the release of "Gas" 
TERROLOKAUST spent the next couple of years building a           
formidable live reputation in their homeland - opening for the   
likes of HOCICO, COMBICHRIST, DAS ICH, NOISUF-X, GRENDEL,        
NACHTMAHR, REAPER, XOTOX, STRAFTANZ and IN STRICT CONFIDENCE,    
before returning to the studio in 2009 to begin composing what   
would become "God Loves The Violence".

TERROLOKAUST announced their arrival as a major new force in the 
scene with the download-only single "No Control" - released      
simultaneously by Infacted Recordings in Europe and DWA in the   
rest of the world on New Year's Eve 2010.                        
Featuring powerful club remixes from industrial music legend     
GRENDEL and fellow Spanish electronic act EXTINCTION FRONT, plus 
the non-album bonus track "Adrenaline", "No Control" was an      
instant hit and entered the German Electronic Web Charts (GEWC)  
at #15 on January 16th 2011 - peaking at #9 on January 23rd.     
                                                                 
Since the release of "No Control", TERROLOKAUST's production     
skills are much in demand: with remixes already completed for    
ALIEN VAMPIRES (DWA125: "Harshlizer"), VIGILANTE (DWA150: "The   
New Resistance") and the forthcoming album from SIVA SIX: "The   
Twin Moons".                                                     
The distinctive and powerful voice of Javi Ssagittar is also now 
highly sought-after: featured on REAPER's recent German          
Alternative Charts (DAC) Top #5 hit "Dirty Cash" (providing      
vocals for the Spanish version "Dinero Sucio") and on            
TERRORKODE's upcoming album "Corrosive Audio".

In addition to the GRENDEL, REAPER and NACHTMAHR remixes, DWA's  
international edition of "God Loves The Violence" includes a DIE 
SEKTOR remix exclusive to this edition (the European version on  
Infacted Recordings features an exclusive DETROIT DIESEL remix), 
plus a 6-page expanded booklet featuring the complete lyrics of  
the album.
 
Tracklist:
CD1
01 I.N.T.R.O.
02 Exposed To The Wrath
03 God Loves The Violence
04 Feeding On The Lies
05 No Control
06 Nihilismo Moral 
07 Just One Fix 
08 Ignoranze 
09 The Pain Of Knowing
10 Your Fucking Drugs 
11 Thirsty
12 La Realidad
13 Evolution Of Tomorrow 
14 Primitive Ways
15 Nihilismo Moral (Nachtmahr Remix) 
16 No Control (Grendel Remix)
17 Thirsty (Reaper Remix By Vasi Vallis)
18 Your Fucking Drugs (Die Sektor Remix)

CD2
01 Feeding On The Lies (Latexxx Teens Remix)
02 Just One Fix (Studio-X Hard Dance Remix)
03 Ignoranze (Reaxion Guerrilla Remix)
04 La Realidad (Code Name Remix)
05 Thirsty (DYM Remix)
06 God Loves The Violence (Preemptive Strike 0.1 Remix)
07 No Control (Extinction Front Remix)
08 Your Fucking Drugs (Soman Electrofloor Remix) 
09 The Pain Of Knowing (Vproject Remix)
10 Exposed To The Wrath (Freakangel Remix)
 
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