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Title: DMK - Going Under - song review
Published on: 11/03/2015 17:01
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Katarzyna NINa Górnisiewicz | Detailed or mini-review submissions: song, EP/album | Suggest an artist | Music Xray sign up
New Breed Invasion - Eternity (song review) |self-released, New Breed Invasion, 2015|

New Breed Invasion is the new musical project of Daniel, the founder of Sekten7 and Tribeleader. Akin to Sekten7's music, the new track brings a rough, rhythmic, and industrialized vibe filled with chunky, vibrating guitar riffs and predatory vocals.
The atmosphere is dense and heavy but listeners will find the track quite easy to get hooked on thanks to well put together repetitions. Drums and guitars are put to the forefront, while the hellish voice remains a bit subdued throughout the entire track. Lyrics are rather spoken in a possessive way than sung. A simple looped yet melodic arrangement makes the guitar riffs sound mighty. Since the song is so down-tuned, any graded arrangements or sounds coming above the low scale make a big difference and engage the listeners better. This happens with the chorus, where the riff is higher and spread broader - also joined by vocals reminiscent of both 1980s Goth/Cold Wave and 90s Industrial Metal times. Fortunately, the track is not kept in any "trendy" style and therefore should age gracefully. Moreover, the guitars resonate with a slightly djent-esque distortion giving them a modern vibe.

Parts of the track are very memorable, but listeners will probably find this out only after a few additional plays. That's a good thing, since the song may not become boring after being looped on repeat.
The arrangements aren't complex, so they won't engage the logical part of your brain, but the dynamics will definitely make your heart beat stronger. The rhythm is so concrete and visual that sometimes you can easily imagine an audio graph with the dotted waves joyfully jumping along the scale.

Daniel as a sole member of the band wrote the track, played all the instruments, and then mixed and mastered it. Personally speaking, the drums could still have been cleaned a bit more, since the guitars and vocals have some depth or 'echo' effect but the drums sound too dry - specifically the cymbals sink into the composition without much of a footprint.

"Eternity" could be illustrated with a thought-provoking music video with rapidly moving, distorted images in low quality, where nothing is polished - similar to the visuals behind 90's Schnitt Acht. There could also be an additional background story like those found in The Fields of The Nephilim videos.

(Katarzyna 'NINa' Górnisiewicz, Fabryka Music Magazine, August 11th, 2015. Proofreading: Mike 'Vesper' Dziewo?ski)

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