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Reviews CD Reviews Industrial IRA-K Organisation-Parasite

 

Artist: IRA-K Organisation

 

Album Title: Parasite

 

Label: Juggernaut Records

 

Released: April 18th 2014

 

From: Italy

 

Genre: Aggrotech/Dark Electro/Industrial Rhythmic Noise

 

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All music, lyrics and mixing - Tury Ira

Mastering - Sander Kapper (Stahlblack)

Artwork - Orlando (Psyklon Industries)

 

 

Biography:

 

Ira-K Organisation is the brainchild of Ira who after years with other bands and projects as a bassist decided to form his own creation in 2006 and express emotion in the form of remembering what happened in the past.

 

Ira does not promote Racism, Nazism or any kind of hated what so ever and has plucked influences from such bands as Suicide Commando, Dead can Dance and Bauhaus to name but three.

 

Limbo intro

 

Epic opening track with sirens wailing and deep heavy grooves laced with shrill haunting rhythms and mesmerizing voices. Really gets one ready for the onslaught that is about to unfold.

 

Calling

 

Has a sinister edge to it and a harsh vocal attached. It does send chills down the spine as it meanders within a hazy bubble of brooding intent, although slightly too long to be thoroughly enjoyed.

 

Doll Factory

 

Eerie and atmospheric along with combined voices and incidental sounds goes a long way to making this track an exciting one as it plays out. The rambunctious drum beat levels with the haunting notes that flurry up and down the keyboard. – Killer track!

 

Colera

 

This has a predatory feel to it as it stalks quite intensely. Holding a bruising addictive rhythm that once again homes in on an eerie content.

 

Parasite

 

Incoherent voices and deep ravenous rhythms with heavy beats run freely through a strong colourful landscape of mesmerisation.

 

La Ira De Dios

 

A rather slow paced track that opens with a sampled voice and a flurry of notes incorporating an edgy rhythm; however once it gathers momentum it really throws out some good dance grooves, which turn it into a winning track.

 

Bitch

 

Literally broods as well as sizzles. The sampled female voice adds depth whilst the rhythms set out to antagonize and offer a hearty menagerie of superb sounds.

 

War

 

With the sampled voices of ‘You are a robot’ and another male voice shouting “war!” has turned this into an addictive track. The drums simply engage as they thrash out a shrill tempestuous beat along with some fast edgy melodic rhythms.

 

Terminus

 

Has a haunting rhythm of notes that glide behind a whisper of voices. The beats mesmerize and offer stability to the track and altogether are quite an epic array of sound.

 

“On the whole the album has some striking qualities attached to it that simmer brood and go all out singing and dancing in an atmospheric sinister guise that bodes well with the listener engaging them in an overwhelming adrenalin pumping phenomenon doused in industrial noise”

 

Colera – This is Belgium – New Beat Remix by Hypnoskull

 

The voices cannot clearly be heard until later on in the track, but it houses an annoying top note that pierces the ears so better to lower the sound and quite repetitive, however the German lyrics contained within the track are its redeeming feature.

 

Terminus – Mlada Fronta Remix

 

A beautifully created masterpiece that goes from stark to haunting in a few seconds. It has a mystifying quality about it and some brooding malicious rhythms that make this track hard to ignore.

 

Colera - Cervello Electronica Remix

 

This is quite a trance like composition with deep individual sounds and a way off vocal that makes it quite sinister.

 

Parasite - Templezone Remix

 

This track doesn’t really go anywhere with its tribal drum beat although it is starting to grow on me

 

To Sum up:

 

Apart from the odd couple of tracks that don’t really float my boat there are plenty that do! For me personally ‘Doll Factory’ exceeds my expectations and goes all out to impress. The same with ‘La Ira De Dios,’ which completely took me by surprise and has been repeated several times over.

Although some of the vocals (not talking German lyrics here either) are somewhat incoherent in places so I don’t think anyone could take offence at their content.

On the whole the album has some striking qualities attached to it that simmer, brood and go all out singing and dancing in an atmospheric sinister guise that bodes well with the listener engaging them in an overwhelming adrenalin pumping phenomenon doused in industrial noise.

 

8/10

 

Track List:

 

Limbo intro

Calling

Doll Factory

Colera

Parasite

La Ira De Dios

Bitch

War

Terminus

Colera – This is Belgium – New Beat Remix by Hypnoskull

Terminus – Mlada Fronta Remix

Cervello - Electronica Remix

Parasite - Templezone Remix

 

 

Members:

 

Ira – Samples/Synthesizers/Music Effects/Compositions

 Take a listen: Colera

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