Review: Haksal (학살) - Biomechanimal single
First of all, I need to know if anyone would be willing to make Biomechanimal jackets as seen in the art work (based Original Japanese anime film Akira).. Because damn, that would be amazing!
Biomechanimal have until now been known for some hard hitting, heavy tracks that lean a lot more towards the metal side of industrial but with Dubstep hints to keep the dance energy flowing. Here the band present a mid-tempo modular synthetic offering that feels more at home in the shadowy places of synthetic music. Haksal still retains those Dubstep hooks whilst flirting EDM hints, pulling away from their traditional sound; even more so as this track has no vocals for a change.
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As a track it's like a modular (pardon the pun) tactical bag. It has depth, power, style, but most importantly utility. As seen with the two remixes by E.S.A and Social Kid, Haksal can be chopped, changed, adjusted, added to, re-worked and made to fit almost any adaptation of musical need. In this case, less is indeed more.
Haksal (학살) 02:45
Haksal (학살) (ESA Remix) 05:30