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This track almost feels like the experiment that led to the rest of the heavy electronic tracks sounding polished and is very much a filler song, which wasn’t expected considering the captivating ones heard so far. 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. Neon”, like “Arrow Of Love”, surrenders to a nineties disco vibe that turns the track into a synth ballad and reveals a peaceful momentum of the album. It’s great to know that the group’s comedic edge hasn’t been lost on this record either (one quick look at the single cover art for ‘We Got The Moves’ or the music video for ‘Pump It’ should give you a rough idea at what their humour is like) and it pairs well with the rave influence of their sound – because, let’s be real here, what use is it to listen to dance music and not have fun while you do so? It’s most noticeable when they’re given the prime focus, like on Mindreader or Parasite that see the colour drain and the format get a lot more stale.

Though this isn’t an easy listen, Body Void’s newest journey into the abyss yields a shrieking, industrial mutation of doom-metal that couldn’t fit into the blackness around them more perfectly. On 22 December 2021, the band announced through Instagram that they were removing old songs from all platforms due to offensive lyrics and that they were reconsidering the band's name. Right now, I can imagine them flipping me off with a tiny hand on each finger (linked below, so you will know what the hell I am talking about), and I am so glad they didn’t take my advice.huge breakdowns, brilliant pop choruses, modern and old-school electro, metalcore riffs, and a large dose of escapist fun. A certain edge that wasn’t there before has now become the raving pink elephant in the room, packed with never-ending energy and breaking every boundary. Opener “Pump It” immediately sets the tone, with what can only be described as an ’80s aerobics tune. None of these elements are easy to conduct well and the standard is certainly much higher when new listeners only know you for screaming over what could be a Scooter track.

None of this should work, but it just does, I have not been excited about an album for a long time as this one. In the midst of all this international/interplanetary genre exploration, there are two tracks that go back to their older electronic metalcore sound. They’re by far the least entertaining points on Tekkno, not for being bad as much as a bit generic and disjointed with the overall tone. Since then, they auditioned to represent Germany in Eurovision this year, and had every piece of music they’ve released become wildly successful, an absolute demolition of their peers’ achievements (or lack thereof) about a decade ago. In August 2013 the band made an appearance at Wacken Open Air, [8] as well as on the Geki Rock Tour in Japan.Their award-winning outrageousness is what got them sky-high on the charts and consistently selling out shows all over the world.

All of the aforementioned elements flow quite nicely into ‘ We Got The Moves‘ which could essentially be described as a sibling of ‘ Pump It‘, only this time, the heavy chuggy guitars are the main focus outside of the chorus, alongside forceful drums, hard-style synth beats and easily accessible screams and cleans that go hand in hand like a seasoned moshpit fiend and their pop music loving partner at a local show. On 6 December 2021, the band submitted "Pump It" into the German national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, [4] but ultimately were not included in the final list of participants.

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. and you’ll either be down for the ride or find yourself hitting the skip button for something less intense. It’s all designed as a rush in which subtlety is as foreign a concept as they come, and where a lot of the production reflects that in some pretty evident flatness. Yes, that does indeed help, but there’s also everything from specific tempos, to whole sections in German on Spaceman and Hurrikan, to the fact that no non-European act would be undignified enough to put their name to Arrow Of Love or Tekkno Train (in a good way, of course.

However, it might not be what fans of their earlier sound – or even just ‘Hypa Hypa’ – are expecting. In this track, the amalgamation of genres supports one another without one dominating the other or making the track feel overwhelmingly messy.On 12 February 2020, the band announced through their social media appearances that the previous singer "Sushi" would be leaving the band.

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