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Monday, July 28, 2014

Srednep - Silence review




Hailing from The Netherlands, Srednep was formed in 2013 by Kevin Srednep. This is his alias to produce the music and do the vocals for Srednep. Except for the guitars, no one other than Mike Sarkisyan of Spineshank will take care of that part of the music.  They make experimental, industrial metal, with a little bit of a apocalyptic/futuristic feeling. Their newest release Silence is just out by Psyclown Records.



Silence contains an intro and 5 tracks, from which the last one is a remix. The album is good for 24 minutes of good, raw, experimental, industrial metal. The intro is very industrial and is really a good opening of the album. It is good to hear that the guys just do what they want, because it is really experimental. For me, the remix at the end wasn't necessary. It is nice, but it doesn't have as much value as the rest of the release. The release is good, with or without remix.

When you want your music to be experimental and you love the industrial side of music, then sure take a listen to Srednep. I bet you like it!

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