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Henrik B - The Wound album download


Henrik B


The Wound



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Henrik B - The Wound album download


A Untitled
B Untitled

12" Vinyl SE. Illgorhythm ILL1215. Henrik B. Manwolf, chiris liebing rmxs. Illgorhythm, ill1214.

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Deeper the Wound is a split album between American band Converge and Japanese band Hellchild. The album was released through Deathwish Inc. in America on April 23, 2001. Deeper the Wound was also the first album released through Deathwish. It was later released by Bastardize Records in Japan in 2006. The album features one new track from each artist, one cover song from each artist, and a few live versions of previously released tracks.

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Having released this record, mr. Henrik Gustav Berntsson decide to drop all the dots and jump on the progressive house bandwagon. Now, it is understandable that certain individuals may hold grudges against the path the Swede has chosen to take, his decision will make more sense if you have actually listened to this piece of wax.The final release on the mighty Illgorhythm Recordings is the ytype of a record that hits the shelves, and suddenly the remaining stock is plain sitting there collectig dust. The A side has one of the most ferocious riffs the genre has witnessed. Corrosive breaks, an ominous bass line and nasty percussion drops driven forth by chainsaw like buzzes, pulses and rusty elements ruthlessly combined for one of the most intense, yet daringly anomalous excursions into dark, hard techno.Flip the vinyl over, and the B side has what is arguably my favorite track intro ever. Building slowly through layers and layers and tormenting sound clips, filthy spheres and what sounds like calls for help from the abyss of hell, soon getting beefed up by densely layered, slaying drum rolls, before breaking again into a combination of sirens, insane filter sweeps, insectoid bass line buzzes, puzzling synths and cleverly arranged effects. With apocalyptic break downs, a ridiculously hammering introductions, this track will throw the crowd over the edge multiple times before it's up.With the last few releases on his own imprint ("Promena", "Manwolf", "Sonachine"), Henrik B has distanced himself a fair bit from the competition. By exploring darker textures and combining them with often unconventional arrangements and courageous twists and turns, his final few releases are truly remarkable and more or less unique, as by that day age, most of his contemporaries have either called it quits or were already adjusting their sound to the newer demands of the dance floors (read: click 'n' paste minimal).Anyways, if this is his legacy to the techno community, I can, to some extent understand, his change of style. I can actually picture Henrik B in the studio, standing there, trying to come up with a new techno monster, but it just doesn't work.This isn't a release everyone will love, but I can assure you, this has to be one of the top releases at my place, that when heard, the initlal reaction everyone would have is: "Wow, now, now what the hell is this?"Breaking patterns, breaking boundries and leaving people in awe. As such, this is at the top of the pile. Vinyl heads do not be without it.
The A side has a very long and intriguing intro, and a pumping beat. Later on a very evil bassline, with a slight dnb-esque sound to it. Lots of completely illogical offbeat clicks and snaps. This is a true masterpiece! The B side has less "Henrik B" stamped on it, but I can imagine it would be a very nice addition to a more electro-minded set.
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A side - this track will definately get the blood pumping, driving bassline with insane synths combined to create a dirty, dark hard trancer sure to get any raver wanting more
The A side is an epic hard techno journey with its long snarling intro before dropping into a sledgehammer like driving track before breaking again into what can only be described as a riff straight from hell. If you have enough energy left turn to the flip where you have a very clinical deeper, groovier cut with swirling synths and lots of atmosphere.

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