Stahlschlag | Acousticophobie

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Acousticophobie

by Stahlschlag

Industrial noise meets industrial trance.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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2. Echolalie
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3. Wut
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4. Maschinendynamik
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5. Klanglehre
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6. Wunschkonzert
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7. Generator
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8. Werksunfall
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9. Echolot
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10. Stahl
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11. Teufelswerk
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12. Toxisch
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The STAHLSCHLAG Industrial - Power Noise - Project was founded in February 2006. This German duo consists of Sebastian and Nicole. The style of this act is a mix of electro industial with some acid and schranz elements.


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Morticia Devine

’Acousticophobie’ is a lashing sound assault from Stahlschlag.
’Acousticophobie’ is a lashing sound assault from a fairly new German Industrial/Power Noise act, Stahlschlag, They’ve been invading the scene since February 2006 with a malicious onslaught of an industrialized electronic sound, experimentally and intriguingly violated by an unsettled but pulsating rhythm, a harshly processed din and imperative samples. Stahlschlag leave no prisoners in their crossfire – this is a rage-fueled dance floor raid. Dance or die!