this is brume records
4th release, and, technically, 2nd release for kom-intern
. accompanied by excellent (as usual) artwork by fred belin
, this release focuses on very straightforward industrial/ebm rhythms that are undeniably catchy at times, but at the same time they seem to lack something
. i have been listening to this release off and on over a long period of time, and yet I cannot pinpoint what exactly seems to be missing from it. perhaps I was looking for more variety within the compositions, more drive and dynamics, or perhaps simply better sound production in general. i do admit i love the track and (especially) the video "subliminal propaganda
" on the brume compilation
itself, and maybe this is more of what i have expected from kom-intern
does not yet measure up to these expectations, but i will surely still keep an ear open to their future work.