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TEKKNO

TEKKNO

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Singles such as “Pump It” and “We Got The Moves” proved how the band sounds in 2021, delivering a decent dose of heaviness at the beginning of their new album and an irresistible chorus that makes “Pump It” a true showcase for the versatility in their sound. Mindreader’ reverts back to the age-old format of screamed verses and melodic choruses, but the choruses don’t meet the same powerful climax needed to match the heaviness of what they follow. and Enter Shikari, as both vocalists Kevin Ratajczak and Nico Sallach take turns to get you all hyped up for the next half hour and ensure that you’re definitely in the party mood. Spaceman‘ follows; as we already know it features German rapper FiNCH and has been drawing in fans since its initial release in April this year. By the end of this one, I found myself simply nodding my head along to the beat and even that was enough to cause some tension in my neck.

Overall, "Tekkno" is a very good album from a band who have clearly paid their dues in their homeland over the last 12 years and are maturing like a fine wine both in terms of music and just generally. Well, it’s a prime example of how I explain this band to new potential fans – it’s like a metalcore version of The Lonely Island meets Weird Al Yankovic. It’s a happy, psychedelic ride that occasionally turns into a nightmare, like the beautiful chaos that is “Mindreader,” arguably the heaviest track on the album.If you want to know what kind of humor defines the band, I suggest you watch the latest “Hurrikan” music video linked below. One of the strongest lead singles aside from the obvious ‘Pump It’, the choruses and melodic sections are incredibly catchy but doesn’t cross the line into cringy. Tekkno has been described as metalcore, [13] pop, [13] electro, [13] alternative rock, [13] electronica, [13] synth-pop, [16] and pop metal. In “Tekkno,” a mash-up between Eurodance-inspired tunes and brutal djent-sprinkled riffs becomes the norm.

What was once a band buttressed solely by the dim star of 2010s electro-metalcore is now a significant force, and as is probably expected, the timeline of how we got to this point isn’t the clearest.It’s a rarity, definitely, and one which it’s not even clear if they’ll be able to pull off again given their past record, but the results speak for themselves, at the end of the day. The band did not appear on the new date because they were touring alongside The Browning, Close to Home and Intohimo through Europe during that time. Seriously, I spent no less than 5 days listening to this on repeat after it came out and I’m still not sick of it yet. On 12 February 2020, the band announced through their social media appearances that the previous singer "Sushi" would be leaving the band. In my opinion, this would have been a welcome change, seeing as new and upcoming rock and metal bands such as Italy’s Måneskin and Finland’s Blind Channel performed at the 2021 contest to critical acclaim.

But let’s not just focus on EC in this synth-metal-pop jam, yes it’s their album, but Conquer Divide offer so much to the mix that literally couldn’t be done without them. We Are the Mess, Crystals, The Scene, Rehab and departure of Biesler (2013–2020) [ edit ] Original vocalist Sebastian "Sushi" Biesler performing with the band in 2018. The rest of “Tekkno” follows the same trend of playful, over-the-top choruses with transitions that bitchslap you in the face with their harshness. Whereas with the other 9 tracks on the album prove, they are very much in their own lane at the moment.The jumble of ideas evidently yields lesser ones, and when they do show up, it’s not an insignificant gulf.



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