review on Side-Line belgian biggest music portal
Five years after its debut-CD “Morbid Visions” released on DSBP, Carlos
Ruiz (ex Dioxyde) joined the Advoxya label to bring his music back to
I experienced this new opus as a metamorphosis in sound. Asseptic Room
remains influenced by dark electronics, but “Visceralofobia” more
explores 90s standards. The mix of dark electronics and EBM à la early
Frontline Assembly works quite well and I here want to recommend the
track “Arzamas 16”. This is one of the hardest pieces of the release.
Asseptic Room is mixes experimental influences together with industrial
elements and even mysterious ambient parts. It sounds like they are
evoking intelligent electro forms of the 90s and Mortal Constraint is a
reference on the track “The Shame”. Cold Klinik-al vibes are running
through this song as well. I can also recommend the title-song which was
sung in Spanish.
Better than emulating the 20th Century giants of dark electronics,
Carlos Ruiz intelligently reworked some electro forms of the 90s. It
injects some diversity to the Advoxya label mainly dealing with
‘typical’ dark electro standards. I’m sure that “Visceralofobia” will be
pleased by numerous old-school lovers of dark electronics and even EBM.
Band: www.assepticroom.com / www.myspace.com/assepticroom
Label: www.advoxya-records.com / www.myspace.com/advoxya
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