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Turbocharger | 1999, Chaotica|

1. Turbocharger, 2. Lobotomy, 3. Attack Formation, 4. Worlds Without Skies, 5. Assimilate, 6. Progress, 7. Black Rose, 8. Ultra Violence, 9. Hypergasm, 10. Drill, 11. I Stand Erected, 12. Project Desensitize


Turbocharger seems to be an attempt to merge industrial metal with electro music. Rawdy vocals, digitalized guitar riffs, noise and lots of synth add-ons (Assimilate, Drill, Project Desensitize). There is also less rhythmic song like Worlds Without Skies or more experimental, kind of Skinny Puppy (Progress, the best track on the album to me).

It's a debut album by Chaotica, self-released, then followed by two other EPs and two full length albums (the latest put out in 2006). Turbocharger could sound interesting in the end of the 90s, moreover a few bands still follow that style of music these days. Due to too much of electro influence the album doesn’t sound interesting to me, except of the song Progress.

(Katarzyna 'NINa' Górnisiewicz. Must not be used for promotional or commercial purposes. See a Legal Note for the copyrights below)


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