Launched all the way in which again in October of 2009, it was about time I received round to writing a overview of Komor Kommando's incendiary Das EP. Komor Kommando is Sebastian R. Komor's one-man assault on the dance flooring after profitable tasks as sound designer and songwriter for acts reminiscent of Zombie Lady and Icon of Coil. Armed to the tooth the albums opening observe Love Your Neighborhood begins comparatively restrained, hinting tantalisingly on the storm of dance-laden chaos and noise but to come back. I’d recommend not enjoying this in your MP3 participant, as soon as the storm breaks, the will to jack the tracks as much as volumes approaching these that may depart you crippled with server and lasting listening to injury is extraordinarily potent. Because the opening observe suggests, this album ought to be performed at excessive quantity, ideally in a residential space!
Following up on Love Your Neighbor is the beat pushed pattern heavy State Of Destruction. Sounding each bit as menacing because the title suggests, wailing and stuttering synthesized sounds, sampled screams, ominous pads and that ever current crash of drums just like the insidious march of some darkish war-machine, construct a splendidly fractured and psychotic audio expertise (one thing that’s more-or-less current all through the album).
Arpegiation makes every thing sound good, undoubtedly a lie however a house reality I’ll stick with till in any other case irrefutably confirmed incorrect. Regardless of the eventual end result of this future dispute, Triggerfinger makes use of it to nice impact crafting round it a observe sure for club-hit standing.
The Beat That Goes Ping, Das Onntz, and AntiKrist break free from the remainder of the album by way of the darkish militaristic and dirty aesthetic. These are a lighter breed of observe, diverging right into a extra techno department however simply pretty much as good because the all the remaining. Das Onntz is one other doubtless membership observe, The Beat That Goes Ping could be very cool introducing – filled with catchy samples that may function round in your mind for days – sadly you’ll in all probability attempt to recreate these verbally and find yourself the joke of some very uncool individuals. The final observe wonders off into experimental land through ambient park and comes again titled AntiKrist – a good way to convey the EP to an in depth.
Komor's first EP from his solo challenge is a implausible begin and I eagerly await what comes subsequent. Das EP is nice worth for cash with a powerful and different sound, a should purchase for industrial-dance junkies and followers and strongly beneficial for everybody else. In the event you nonetheless don't have it, examine Das EP out now.