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Dismantled: The War Inside Me CD - CD, released 2011 in Germany by Dependent Records (MIND 183), Barcode: 4042564125986 -- Genre: Industrial
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One of the reasons I dig this album so much is because it lacks the stereotypical "wangst" (whiney-angst) sound that marks the barrage of Dismantled albums. And in no way is that a hit on the artist, I mean c'mon, pick up any :wumpscut: album and you'll agree that Industrial artists tend to be violent or whiney or a combination of the two. However the self-loathing is being transferred outward in this gut-punch of an album that makes it deliciously violent, dark, poetic, and still just a little tinged with self-hatred enough to entice those Dismantled fans from yesteryear that enjoy a good romp around the I Hate Myself circular room we all love so much.
It starts with a groin-shot straight from the hip with an Intro that reminds me vaguely of Combichrist, which leads directly into one of the best tracks (but who am I kidding I love this entire album, hah) called Insecthead. To be honest, you can't switch your player to shuffle, or skip past songs during this tumultuous adventure because you'll lose the basis of a good story. From self-loathing to outward rage to the downright haunting last tracks this album is not a disappointment.
Those new to Dismantled might like this better than the older stuff, while older fans will need to find their happy medium between tracks Disease and Scrape The Bullets From Your Eyes. I do, however, suggest giving it a good run before thumbs-downing this new and exciting territory.
Because you might just be giving it a thumbs-up instead.
This is the album your parents should not let you listen too.
It's violent, angry, homicidal, suicidal, and as emotionally impactful as any of his previous albums. It's like he was influenced by another favorite artist of mine Aesthetic Perfection. The lyrics are strong and intelligent, with lots of profanity.. Explicit yet poetic. I love all the tracks here, but the stand out tracks would have to be "Dead On Impact" "Scrape The Bullets From Your Eyes" "Can't See The Top" "Disease" just to name a few.
It's a very dark and angry album, there is no hope or light at the end of the tunnel here..
If I were to give any criticism I would have to say that the final track while good, is very unlistenable do do a very loud cricket loop that starts about mid way through "Black Heart".
There is a real Metamorphosis feeling, considering all the insect references and general violent aggression against people.. I love it, and if your a fan of EBM, Horror - Core in the vein of Combichrist, or Suicide Commando, you'll dig this too.
Right before the album dropped, Zorn spoke about the album and its serial killer theme. That kind of scared me because themed albums oftentimes end up being something of a joke. Also, the initial buzz on the video for Insecthead said it was unwatchable and that was easily confused with "it is a bad song." Then I listened to it and the song blew me away. The whole album had one theme but a few different sounds, ranging from Insecthead's heaver EBM pace to Black Heart's cricket concerto playing as a background beat for a very slow song. Of all the songs, Scrape the Bullets From Your Eyes has grown on me lately, along with the title-track and Insecthead. Still, the whole album has kept its replayability.
List of tracks:
3. Kill Or Be Killed
5. Dead On Impact
7. The Bathroom Floor
8. The War Inside Me
9. Scrape The Bullets From Your Eyes
10. Can't See The Top
11. Black Heart
Note - some of the songs are explicit and deal with a few darker themes so keep that in mind. 5/5
From the looming intro and blood-thirsty "Insecthead", to the absolutely haunting closing tracks, "Scrape the Bullets from Your Eyes", "Can't See the Top" and "Black Heart", you'll be lost in a trance of vivid soundscapes and an atmosphere of epic proportion.
Vulgar and melodic, this album flows like a river.
I honestly can't say I've listened to anything this enthralling in, at least, the recent months.
For me, it's the atmosphere I need out of music. I write words that describe the apocalypse, with the human race at the end of their rope and it's music like this that gives me the fuel to keep pushing forward.
But don't stop here, no. Go check out the rest of what Dismantled has to offer.