Empirion are BACK but i'm not convinced that Dependent is the right place for their fantastic music. I also think the second album should have been released as intended, rather than just nicking those tracks and banging them down as B-sides now.
How come Dependent releases are always delayed on Bandcamp? As of 09/21 afternoon this is available everywhere else but not here. Shouldn't people who have preordred be among the first to get this? VERY annoying!
This double A-side E.P. released on vinyl (4 Tracks) and CD (6 track) format on September 21st is more than just a first glimpse of Empirion's forthcoming album "Resume". The techno industrial hybrid project from Essex, UK is coming back with a bang of an E.P., and perhaps the strongest tracks as of their career yet. Paired with strong remixes and two exclusive tracks the main 2 A-Side represent each a style of the band. “I Am Electronic” is a grinding breakbeat/trance maelstrom with an irresistible vocoder voice arrangement that makes the track instantly re-recognisable and irresistible on the dancefloor. "Red Noise" represents the industrial roots of the band and is an update to Nitzer Ebb style EBM paired with IDM elements and strong (human) vocals. In three simple words: An unmissable comeback!
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From humble beginnings a decade-and-half ago, to now prowling the scene like an aged, ravished animal, Front Line Assembly only keeps getting more fierce and precise with "Eye On You". Or, if that's not quite your fit when trying to avoid surveillance, you also got two remixes: Terence Fixmer with a "chasing through tunnels" anthem, and Orphx with a mind-wrenching stomper. pC