Bombardier | Biomech Warfare

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Biomech Warfare

by Bombardier

One of the pioneering albums of the late 90's that shaped and influence the breakcore sound for the decade to come.
Genre: Electronic: Drum'n'bass
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1. Syn
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2. Bleed
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3. Machine
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Moody industrial, with fierce jungle flavour on the bass lines and some sick gritty acid tones combine for some of the dopest stuff I've encountered on the domestic front in a while. Low Res with the assistance of Bombardier has made its mark as one of the up and comers in the American hardcore.

-Deadly Buda (Deadly Systems)


Four track outta San Francisco, by way of Detroit's Low Res posse. A-side opens up with a thoroughly damaged tech-step sounding beast. It kicks off with a nice bassline intro which means you can slip into the mix with minimal crowding. Bleed from the phenomenal Cris D'Agonie mix follows. B-side takes things in a different direction, Machine is softer, but still down with the devil. Tortured choirs suffer over beats that sound snapped rather than broken. Closing things out is a slice of beatless hell called Exorcism... see you in the flames.

-DJ Fishead (Northern Hardcorps, Massive Magazine, Activated Magazine)


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