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Demons & Angels

by Bombardier

Defining album for Bombardier's industrial sound - cataclysmic, crashing metallic percussion and snarling doomsday bass lines.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. Possess
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2. Pandora's Box
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6:30 $0.99
3. Hated
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4:59 $0.99
4. Sxe
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4:43 $0.99
5. Self Damnation
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5:45 $0.99
6. Regret
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5:40 $0.99
7. Primal
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2:42 $0.99
8. Less Than Zero
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4:31 $0.99
9. Malice Aforethought
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10. Self Loathing
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11. Pandora's Box (Live)
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Album Notes
"If you're frightened of dying and you're holding on, you'll see devils tearing your life away. If you've made your peace, then the devils are really angels, freeing you from the earth." - Meister Eckhart

This quote is perhaps the best framework through which to view "Demons & Angels", Bombardier's defining release for his industrial music. It is a collection of dirty electro-industrial beats and bass that may initially be perceived as ugly, noisy, and violent. But underneath a beauty rises to the surface. Like most hardcore breakbeat artists, it sounds great loud. The opener, "Possess," sets the tone with its crashing metallic percussion and descending bass riffs battling each other for the high ground in the mix. The album contains no lyrics, but there are samples to grasp at Bombardier's intent, such as audio from Apocalypse Now, which provides Martin Sheen's existential musings from the beginning of the film as a lead-in to the highlight of the album, "Less Than Zero." The intense, driving rhythm of the track echoes Brad Fiedel's main theme to The Terminator, but updated with a breakcore overtones.


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