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Reviews CD Reviews (EBM, Electro, Electronica) Suicide Commando- Die Motherfucker Die


 

 

Artist: Suicide Commando

CD Title: “Die Motherfucker Die”

Label: Metropolis Records

Reviewer: Robert Eaton

Date: 10/23/09

 


 

 

Anyone following Suicide Commando’s career knows that Suicide Commando’s forth-coming album, “Implements of Hell” is bound to be a monster. The tester for the album is the four-track “Die Motherfucker Die” single. The CD single has remixes by Noisufx and C-lector and I can’t say that this could be cast as a disappointment. Since 2006’s “Bind, Torture, Kill,” Suicide Commando’s Johan has not exactly been quiet.  Suicide Commando released “X20,” toured, and added to his family. Don’t imagine that being a family man has mellowed the man. This time the topic is another notorious serial killer, Albert Fish.  The full album is slated for release January 2010.  

The title track is a hard-hitting sample of all the reasons Suicide Commando has remained one the most relevant and consistent acts in harsh electro. “Come Down With Me,” is the single’s other track: it is more ethereal and atmospheric than “Die Motherfucker Die.” The track features a dirge-like choral motif, which is appropriately eerie. The C-lector remix of “Die Motherfucker Die” has some surprising techno-esque elements, but it’s still a great take on the song.  There’s plenty of the familiar aggression that characterizes a Suicide Commando release.

While fans don’t have long to wait for a full album, the remixes on this single are likely to be worth the price as they are likely to be floor staples. For those that don’t catch the single, there will be a digipack of the full album released in January, which will likely have these as well of other remixes of the album’s tracks.    

 

 


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