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CONTROL HUMAN DELETE - "Terminal World Perspective" - REVIEWS

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    Great to see they like it up there. :cool:
     
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    http://www.ancientspirit.de/reviews/cdreview/c/chd1.htm

    Dass ich Gefallen an einem mehr oder weniger "reinen" Black Metal Album finde, ist nun wirklich kein alltägliches Ereignis. Da waren vor Urzeiten einmal die göttlichen EMPEROR und die letzten Jahre neben einigen Doom/Black Misanthropen eigentlich nur THE RUINS OF BEVERAST und DARKSPACE, die beide mit ihren Werken nicht unbedingt Stangenware ablieferten.
    Mit CONTROL HUMAN DELETE stellt sich eine weitere interessante Truppe aus Holland vor, deren Hauptzutaten Black Metal der norwegischen Avantgarde um EMPEROR und THRONS aber auch diverse Industrial- und elektronische Einflüsse sind.
    „Terminal World Perspective“ bietet durchweg eine eiskalte, sterile Atmosphäre, die vor allem durch den klinisch klingenden Drumcomputer, vielerlei verzerrte Vocals, diverse Samples und abgedrehte, ambiente Soundteppiche unterstrichen wird. Dies kombiniert mit typisch EMPEROR’esken, disharmonischen, skalpellscharfen Gitarrenläufen, rasend-klirrende Blastattacken und typisch heißeren Vocals ergibt ein abgedrehtes, vielseitiges, fesselndes, beizeiten verstörend-apokalyptisches Werk voller Überraschungen und Wendungen, durchweg interessant und spannend. Wer hätte das erwartet?

    Ich bestimmt nicht! Und somit möchte ich vor allem Freunden der letzten DODHEIMSGRAD „Terminal World Perspective“ an’s schwarze Herz legen, aber auch die EMPEROR Horden sowie eigentlich jeder halbwegs open-minded Metalhead sollte mal ein Öhrchen riskieren!


    Lobi, 10,5 Punkte

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    Un lavoro incredibile, pieno di sorprese: nove tracce di puro eclettismo! Questo album non stanca, è uno shock auricolare ed emozionale continuo, e ad ogni ascolto non si può fare a meno di scavare in ogni singolo brano, di rimanerne affascinati. Un buon lavoro black, ricco di controtempi a tratti esasperati ed atmosfere alla Blade Runner; è incredibile come riescono a passare da toni morbidamente classici alla pura cattiveria che fa schizzare l’adrenalina alle stelle! Elettronica e classica pervadono tutto l’album, che richiama alla mente i Dimmu Borgir, gli ultimi Satyricon ed i primi Rammstein. Ascoltando "Eclipse", che introduce al viaggio, ci si aspetta di proseguire in un lungo cammino nell’industrial, ma già con la seconda traccia si viene brutalmente svegliati dal sogno e trascinati con cattiveria verso riff cupi e violenti. La batteria è spinta all’estremo, brutale, claustrofobica; ricorda molto i Berzerker, ma l’elaborazione è nettamente più complessa, molto meno ripetitiva, e spesso si lascia andare a momenti brutal e a leggere evocazioni doom. "Protocol of Systematic Belief" è la sintesi perfetta di tutte le influenze che questo album raccoglie, elabora, miscela e partorisce in maniera fantasiosamente egregia. La lunghissima "Transpherium" è il brano che lascia più attoniti: le stonature elettroniche che accompagnano e pervadono tutto il pezzo all’inizio provocano un leggero fastidio sinaptico ma poi, soprattutto con i successivi ascolti, risulta impossibile non lasciarsi trascinare nell’universo postumano\cyberpunk che col suo lento incedere questa canzone riesce ad evocare. Degna di una nota particolare è "Sin Tide Manufacturing", col suo gusto rétro generato dallo scricchiolio permanente di un vecchio (e tanto amato) 33 giri e con la sua possente brutalità sonora. Decisamente un lavoro degno di nota, da ascoltare più e più volte, da comprendere fino all’ultima nota… da vivere! Questi ragazzi sono senza ombra di dubbio da tenere d’occhio: fantasiosi, colti musicalmente, eclettici, istrionici, potenti… Chissà cosa saranno capaci di sfornare la prossima volta…???
     
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    8 / 10

    Un lavoro incredibile, pieno di sorprese: nove tracce di puro eclettismo! Questo album non stanca, è uno shock auricolare ed emozionale continuo, e ad ogni ascolto non si può fare a meno di scavare in ogni singolo brano, di rimanerne affascinati. Un buon lavoro black, ricco di controtempi a tratti esasperati ed atmosfere alla Blade Runner; è incredibile come riescono a passare da toni morbidamente classici alla pura cattiveria che fa schizzare l’adrenalina alle stelle! Elettronica e classica pervadono tutto l’album, che richiama alla mente i Dimmu Borgir, gli ultimi Satyricon ed i primi Rammstein. Ascoltando "Eclipse", che introduce al viaggio, ci si aspetta di proseguire in un lungo cammino nell’industrial, ma già con la seconda traccia si viene brutalmente svegliati dal sogno e trascinati con cattiveria verso riff cupi e violenti. La batteria è spinta all’estremo, brutale, claustrofobica; ricorda molto i Berzerker, ma l’elaborazione è nettamente più complessa, molto meno ripetitiva, e spesso si lascia andare a momenti brutal e a leggere evocazioni doom. "Protocol of Systematic Belief" è la sintesi perfetta di tutte le influenze che questo album raccoglie, elabora, miscela e partorisce in maniera fantasiosamente egregia. La lunghissima "Transpherium" è il brano che lascia più attoniti: le stonature elettroniche che accompagnano e pervadono tutto il pezzo all’inizio provocano un leggero fastidio sinaptico ma poi, soprattutto con i successivi ascolti, risulta impossibile non lasciarsi trascinare nell’universo postumano\cyberpunk che col suo lento incedere questa canzone riesce ad evocare. Degna di una nota particolare è "Sin Tide Manufacturing", col suo gusto rétro generato dallo scricchiolio permanente di un vecchio (e tanto amato) 33 giri e con la sua possente brutalità sonora. Decisamente un lavoro degno di nota, da ascoltare più e più volte, da comprendere fino all’ultima nota… da vivere! Questi ragazzi sono senza ombra di dubbio da tenere d’occhio: fantasiosi, colti musicalmente, eclettici, istrionici, potenti… Chissà cosa saranno capaci di sfornare la prossima volta…???
     
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    Dutch Post-Black metallers CONTROL HUMAN DELETE (CHD) have released their debut album through the world-renowned Code666 label, a sub-label of the Aural Music Group.

    I have been impressed with their release, as they have certainly managed to capture the essence of the Post-Black metal movement, while taking it a step further in terms of sound. Certainly, they are influenced by such giants as Thorns, Red Harvest, Aborym, Mayhem and Dodheimsgard, but they keep their own identity intact.

    That means a hellish amount of harsh guitars – which at the same time provide all the melodies as well, bomb-basting beats, abyssal growls and technologically innovative soundscapes that reach towards the Dark Ambient domain.

    Sophisticated? Genuine? Noise? Art? Whatever way you look at it, it’s your decision – I’ve made mine though…

    4,5 / 5
     
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    Rating: 14/20

    La dernière signature du label italien Code 666 nous arrive des Pays-Bas. CONTROL HUMAN DELETE (CHD pour les intimes) existe depuis 2001 et "Terminal world perspective" est son premier album après deux EP sortis en 2003. Déjà responsable des découvertes de ABORYM, NEGURA BUNGET et EPEHEL DUATH on était en droit d'attendre quelque chose d'original de la part de ce label synonyme de qualité.

    Côté originalité, pas de problème, l'auditeur aventureux en aura pour son argent avec ce combo batave. L'étiquette post-black accolée sur le skeud laissait déjà présager de quelque chose sortant de l'ordinaire mais l'écoute des premières secondes de ce très (trop ?) long album confirme le pressentiment: CHD c'est du lourd voire du lourdingue. Pour tenter de décrire la musique de CONTROL HUMAN DELETE - ce qui n'est pas une mince affaire - je dirais qu'elle allie le côté expérimental du post black tel que le pratique des groupes comme SOLSTAFIR ou les Français de SMOHALLA ou, si on remonte plus loin dans le temps, les précurseurs Norvégiens de VED BUENS ENDE et FLEURETY au black industriel noir et puissant d'un MYSTICUM et à celui beaucoup plus allumé et fourre-tout d'un THE WICKED. A cela on peut ajouter une démarche à la THEE MARLDOROR KOOLECTIVE, qui emmène l'auditeur dans un monde particulier très propre au groupe. La ressemblance entre les deux groupes s'arrête cependant là car si le monde de TMK est nocturne et jazzy, celui de CONTROL HUMAN DELETE est ultra-violent et malsain. Les passages ambiants où le synthé domine alternent avec des parties de black indus emmenées par une boîte à rythme dont le tempo doit être définitivement sur le maximum, enfin heureusement pas de façon permanente.

    Rentrer dans le monde de CHD n'est pas une mince affaire. Les morceaux sont longs, ils oscillent entre 6 et 11 minutes et à l'instar de la pochette - qui quand on la voit de près est vraiment très moche, collage assez grossier de différentes images de sites industriels - l'album ressemble parfois plus à un assemblage de parties mises bout à bout qu'à un morceau vraiment construit. Il n'y a pas de réelle volonté d'enchaîner ces parties de façon limpide ou de véritablement aboutir à quelque chose de mémorisable. Sur la durée des morceaux et de l'album on obtient donc un album complexe qui nécessitera bon nombre d'écoutes avant de se laisser appréhender et de livrer tous ses secrets.

    Voilà un premier album plutôt intéressant. On y découvre un groupe capable de composer des riffs convaincants et de poser une ambiance particulière. CONTROL HUMAN DELETE est autant à l'aise dans les parties brutales que dans les parties atmosphériques et dispose d'un potentiel certain qu'il doit juste apprendre à un peu mieux canaliser. Quand cela sera fait, on tiendra alors avec ce groupe quelque chose de vraiment énorme.

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    The last signature of the Italian label Code 666 arrives to us from the Netherlands. CONTROL HUMAN DELETE (CHD for the close friends) exists since 2001 and "Final world perspective" is its first album after two EP left in 2003. Already responsible for discovered ABORYM, NEGURA BUNGET and EPEHEL DUATH one had the right to await something of original on behalf of this label synonymous with quality. Side originality, not of problem, the adventurous listener will have some for his money with this Batavian combo. Did the label post-black coupled on the skeud already let predict something outgoing of ordinary but the listening of the first second of this very (too much?) long album confirms the presentiment: CHD it is heavy even lourdingue. To try to describe the music of CONTROL HUMAN DELETE - what is not a small matter - I would say that it combines the experimental side of the post black such as the practice of the groups like SOLSTAFIR or the French of SMOHALLA or, if one goes up further in time, the Norwegian precursors of VED BUENS ENDE and FLEURETY with the black industrial black and powerful of a MYSTICUM and with that much more lit and hold-all of a THE WICKED. With that one can add a step to the THEE MARLDOROR KOOLECTIVE, which takes along the listener in a particular world very suitable for the group. The resemblance between the two groups stops bus however there if the world of TMK is night and jazzy, that of CONTROL HUMAN DELETE is ultra-violent one and unhealthy. The ambient passages where synthé dominates alternate with undue parts of black taken along by a box to rate/rhythm whose tempo must be definitively on the maximum, finally fortunately not in a permanent way. To return in the world of CHD is not a small matter. The pieces are long, they oscillate between 6 and 11 minutes and like the small pocket - which when one sees it closely is really very ugly, rather coarse joining of various images of factorys site - the album resembles sometimes more one assembly of parts put end to end that at a piece really built. There is not real will to connect these parts in a limpid way or truly to lead to something of memorable. Over the duration of the pieces and album one thus obtains a complex album which will require considerable listenings before being let apprehend and to deliver all his secrecies. Here is a first rather interesting album. One discovers a group able there to compose of the convincing riffs and to pose a particular environment. CONTROL HUMAN DELETE is as much at ease in the brutal parts as in the atmospheric parts and has an unquestionable potential which it must just learn with a little better channeling. When that is done, one will then hold with this group something of really enormous.
     
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    Fraîchement débarqués chez Code 666, les bataves de Control Human Delete, ou CHD si vous préférez, s’apprêtent à terroriser nos pauvres conduits auditifs, qui n’en demandaient pas tant, à l’aide d’un « post black métal » aux réminiscences industrielles cataclysmiques. Tout un programme ! Et ce n’est pas un hasard si Code 666, qui héberge déjà les têtes brulées d’Aborym, leur a proposé un deal !
    Car les similitudes entre les deux formations sont légion !
    A commencer par cette approche sauvage, d’une brutalité inouïe, des parties typées black-métal. Celles-ci, froides et glaciales, accentuent le malaise initial, qui s’installe définitivement au fil des morceaux. Les parties dark-ambient sont également présentes, et comme chez son grand frère, celles-ci, notamment sur « Transpherium » et « Sin tide manufacturing » sont redoutablement pesantes. L’oppression qui en résulte devient quasi palpable.
    Enfin, le côté dominateur et totalitaire, même s’il est symbolisé par d’autres moyens, est aussi de la partie. Le discours eschatologique présent dans les deux entités est omniprésent…les frissons s’emparent de moi, le mal-être est réeel… la fin du monde est proche mes frères, fuyez tant qu’il en est encore temps !
    Mais je m’égare.
    CHD a tout, donc, pour séduire les fans d’Attila, le côté éléctro-pervers en moins, la déshumanisation lente et inéluctable en plus. Il faudra, pour les autres, faire preuve d’abnégation et de témérité pour s’enfiler les 70 minutes que dure ce « Terminal world perspective » sans sourciller. Petit aparté, à mon sens, la référence en la matière demeure l’album « In the streams of inferno » des norvégiens désaxés de Mysticum. L’angoisse, la peur, la terreur y sont érigés en préceptes de vie par trois junkies au bord de la rupture.
    Mais le premier album des hollandais de CHD pourrait y constituer une parfaite introduction.
    Bizarre, mais j’ai l’étrange impression que le cauchemar ne fait que commencer…

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    Coldly unloaded at Code 666, the Batavians of Control Human Delete, or CHD if you prefer, are on the point of terrorizing our auditory poor canal, who did not ask such an amount of of it, using a "post black metal" to the cataclysmic industrial reminiscences. A whole program! And it is not a chance if Code 666, which lodges already the brulées heads of Aborym, their proposed a deal! Because the similarities between the two formations are legion! To begin with this wild approach, of a brutality, typified parts black-metal. Those, cold and icy, accentuate it Malayan initial, which settles definitively with the wire of the pieces. The parts dark-ambient are also present, and as at his/her big brother, those, in particular on "Transpherium" and "Sin tide manufacturing" are terribly heavy. The oppression which results from it becomes quasi palpable. Lastly, the dominating and totalitarian side, even if it is symbolized by other means, is also of the part. The speech eschatologic present in the two entities is omnipresent... the shivers seize me, the discomfort is réeel... the end of the world is close my brothers, flee as much as it is still time! But I am mislaid. CHD has all, therefore, to allure the fans of Attila, the side éléctro-pervert in less, slow and inescapable dehumanization moreover. Will be needed, for the others, to show of abnegation and temerity to thread the 70 minutes that lasts this "Terminal world perspective" without sourciller. Small aside, with my direction, the reference on the matter remains the album "In the streams of inferno" of excentric Norwegian of Mysticum. The anguish, the fear, terror are set up there in precepts of life by three junkies at the edge of the rupture. But the first album of Dutch of CHD could constitute a perfect introduction there. Odd, but I have the strange impression that the nightmare does nothing but start...
     
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    9 Punkte von 10

    Eine hochinteressante CD einer holländischen Band ist uns hier ins Haus geflattert. Control Human Delete agieren in einem visionären Black Metal-Umfeld ala Negura Bunget, die ihre extreme Black Metal-Variante ebenfalls auf code666, einem Sublabel von Aural Music verbreiten.

    Geboten werden Songlandschaften, deren Grundgerüst harsche, ultrabrutale, zudem leicht jazzige Black Metal-Rifforgien darstellen, die mit elektronischen Mitteln und künstlichen Ultra-Drums zu einer unglaublichen intensiven Klang-Reise einladen. Eine äußerst extravagante Mischung, die sich auch in einigen Passagen in extrem schwermütigen Ambient-Style ausdrückt, bei einigen Songs sich aber in Gewalt-Eruptionen entlädt, die neue Brutalitätslevels im Metal aufzeigen. Menschlich wäre ein derartig schnelles Drumming, welches manchesmal fast schon einen Stehton erzeugt, ohnehin nicht möglich. Unglaublicherweise, wie aus dem Nichts, werden coole Midtempo-Grooves eingebaut, die ähnliche Vibes besitzen, wie z.b. ein Mother North von Satyricon. Kompositorisch dominieren schrägste Elementar-Versatzstücke, die abundzu an Emperor erinnern.

    Aber auch Voivod-Freaks sollten hier hinhören, womöglich sind diese Jungs die Voivod des Black Metal. Sehr jazzig schräg und zynisch eben und äußerst spacig. Die visionäre Erhabenheit dieser Tonkünstler ist gewaltig und leider zu selten anzutreffen. Grenzenlos im Ausdruck, grenzenlos in Sachen Extremität wird hier auf höchstem Level musiziert, der geniale Sound tut sein übriges, um den verdutzten Hörer fassungslos zurückzulassen.

    Die Band bezeichnet ihren Stil als Post Black Metal und untermauert die Musik textlich mit kalten und futuristischen Weltbetrachtungen, wie schon im Albumtitel Terminal World Persepective ersichtlich wird. Schwarz ist hier wohl das Universum und nicht die religiöse Seele.

    Dieses Kleinod wird wohl nur die wirklichen Freaks ansprechen. Endzeitstimmung pur, Tristesse und mitreissende Songs von Visionären, die naturgemäß im Promillebereich der Musikszene anzutreffen sind, deshalb sollte hier die Open Minded-Zielgruppe unbedingt in dieses 71 Minuten lange Meisterwerk atonaler Tonkunst reinhören oder gleich zuschlagen. Allen anderen sei das natürlich auch empfohlen.
     
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    Un premier album c'est toujours une découverte. Une formation encore inconnue, un style à définir, des perspectives peut-être encourageantes de voir émerger un gros talent, la possibilité de voir se renouveler un genre. Control Human Delete est à ce titre une sacrée bonne découverte et son premier album Terminal World Perspective une franche réussite.

    Avec sa pochette composite, à mi chemin entre hangar industriel, espace rougeoyant et paysage naturel agité, CHD annonce la couleur. Cet album traite principalement de l'évolution terrestre, de la nature profondément destructrice de ses habitants, guidés par des forces divines qui les dépassent depuis la nuit des temps. On a à l'esprit des 6, beaucoup de 6, ceux du label code666 (Ephel Duath, Negura Bunget, Aborym...), mais aussi ceux du 666 International de DHG, à la pochette assez similaire par ailleurs. Musicalement, on se situe en effet dans la mouvance Black Metal la plus originale, avec des riffs incisifs, et beaucoup de virulence certes, mais aussi des passages dark ambient et des expérimentations soniques diverses. Terminal World Perspective en devient pur objet froid et imposant, avec une débauche d'agressivité phénoménale traversée de breaks abrupts, faits de claviers plasticiens , par exemple sur The Creation of Equivalence Principle, ou d'aplats ambient voire indus, comme sur Sin Tide Manufacturing.

    Véritable creuset de violence organique couplée à des amas synthétiques bien agencés, Terminal World Perspective dessine les lignes mouvantes d'un futur en pointillé, matière froide et sombre à malaxer en tous sens sans espoir de soulagement. Apocalyptique comme un cliché de science-fiction, cet album n'est est pas moins habité d'une aura ténébreuse où la machinerie électronique sert de canevas à des compositions sinueuses, pleines de circonvolutions rythmiques parfaitement maitrisées. Implacable comme un rouleau compresseur de furie contrôlée, Control Human Delete prend le temps de poser des ambiances spectrales notamment sur la bien nommée Spectrum Of Divine Nature pour mieux enfoncer les rouages hérissés de sa mécanique black au plus profond des chairs.

    Avec un chanteur impressionnant de volontarisme forcené, Void, les compositions prennent encore davantage d'ampleur. Moins foisonnant qu'un DHG ou bien encore un Solefald, CHD fait plutôt penser à des groupes tels que Thorns, par son souci de créer une musique froide et aliénante. Pourtant on respire aussi, le temps principalement de Transpherium, piste dark ambient héritant de Sephiroth, Raison d'Etre et autres joyaux du label suédois CMI. On y ressent la désolation comme après une guerre d'annihilation et l'isolement comme dans l'espace. Chaque piste de l'album est ainsi à elle seule un paysage glaçant dont les effets sont démultipliés par l'ensemble, vortex de confusion et de chaos s'achevant en Absolution, autre piste dark ambient annonçant le jugement libérateur d'une humanité en perdition.

    Avec Terminal World Perspective, Control Human Delete impose le respect dés son premier essai. Ce disque futuriste forme un ensemble impressionnant de maîtrise absolue. En 70 minutes éreintantes et passionnantes à la fois, avec un son terrifiant et rempli d'images dévastatrices, CHD créé la bande son black metal moderne idéale pour les temps à venir.

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    A first album it is always a discovery. A still unknown formation, a style to be defined, perhaps encouraging prospects to see emerging a large talent, the possibility of seeing renewing a kind. Control Human Delete one is for this reason crowned good discovery and its first album Terminal World Perspective a frank success. With its composite small pocket, with semi way between industrial hangar, rougeoyant space and agitated natural landscape, CHD the color announces. This album treats mainly terrestrial evolution, deeply destroying nature of its inhabitants, guided by divine forces which exceed them since the night of times. One has with the spirit of the 6, much of 6, those of the label code666 (Ephel Duath, Negura Bunget, Aborym...), but also those of 666 International of DHG, with the rather similar small pocket in addition. Musicalement, one is located indeed in the most original mobility Black Metal, with incisive riffs, and much of virulence certainly, but also of the passages dark ambient and the various sonic experiments. Terminal World Perspective becomes about it pure object cold and imposing, with a vice of phenomenal aggressiveness crossed of station-wagons precipice, facts of keyboards plastics technicians, for example on The Creation of Equivalence Principle, or of flat tints ambient even undue, as on Sin Tide Manufacturing. Genuine crucible of organic violence coupled to synthetic clusters good arranged, Terminal World Perspective draws the moving lines of a future in dotted line, cold and dark matter to mix in all directions without hope of relief. Apocalyptic like a stereotype of science fiction, this album east is not inhabited less of one will have dark where the electronic machinery is used as groundwork with sinuous compositions, full with perfectly maitrized rhythmic convolutions. Relentless like a road roller of controlled fury, Control Human Delete takes time to pose spectral environments in particular on named well Spectrum Of Divine Natural for better inserting the roughcast wheels of its mechanics black to deepest of the flesh. With a singer impressing of exaggerated voluntarism, Void, the compositions become still more extensive. Less plentiful than a DHG or even Solefald, CHD rather makes think of groups such as Thorns, by its concern of creating a music cold and alienating. However one also breathes, the time mainly of Transpherium, tracks dark ambient inheriting Sephiroth, Raison To be and other jewels of the Swedish label CMI. One feels there desolation as after a war of annihilation and insulation as in space. Each track of the album is thus with it only a freezing landscape of which the effects are geared down by the unit, vortex of confusion and chaos being completed in Discharge, another track dark ambient announcing the judgement liberator of a humanity in perdition. With Terminal World Prospect, Control Human Delete imposes the respect dice its first test. This futuristic disc forms a whole impressing of absolute control. In 70 minutes exhausting and enthralling at the same time, with a sound terrifying and filled of images devastator, CHD created the band its black metal modern ideal for times to come. A piece listens some there. And for better including/understanding the concept, see here.
     
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    finally bought the album the other day.. great lyrics, artwork and ..nice music
     
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    We planned a recording, but the camera my brother had recently, got lost somewhere between New Sealand and Amsterdam. :ill:
     
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    oh well... :erk:

    BTW, some reviews, reports? pics?
     
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    I found some pictures of the gig on 28-7-07

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    Great album, I'd easily place it in my top 5 albums from this year :)

    And I'd probably give it a 9/10
     
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    Here's one;

    Control Human Delete
    De band waar ik deze Stonehenge-editie persoonlijk het meest benieuwd naar was, was Control Human Delete. Deze vrij jonge band speelt een kille, klinische, machinale vorm van black metal en weet de sound van onder andere Thorns, Satyricon en Diabolicum op erg sterke wijze te combineren en samen te smeden tot een redelijk eigen geluid. Op cd komt dit erg goed uit de verf, nu eens kijken of ze live ook zo overdonderend overkomen. Op zich kan ik hier volmondig "ja" op zeggen. De band speelde superstrak de riffs over de soms akelig snelle, maar af en toe ook lekker opzwepende digitale drums heen en de zang van Void lag lekker in de mix. Wél moet ik zeggen dat het optreden vrij statisch was. Op zich niks mis mee bij dit soort complexe muziek, alleen heb ik tijdens het kijken niet echt het idee dat met name bassist Pulse en gitarist Eon zich helemaal laten gaan in de muziek. De riffs worden netjes gespeeld tot het eind van het optreden, iets wat wat mij betreft wel iets gepassioneerder had gemogen. Maar het feit dat ik het optreden veel te kort vond duren zegt denk ik wel genoeg over wat ik van de muziek van deze heren vind: geweldig! En ik heb ook het idee dat ze zelfs nog groeimogelijkheden hebben. Een band voor de toekomst dus! [Robert]

    http://www.zwaremetalen.com/recensie/8892/Stonehenge-Festival-2007.html

    Babelfish-translation:

    Control Human Delete
    the link where I this stonehenge stonehenge-editie was personally most curious to, were Control Human Delete. This rather young link plays a chilly, clinical, mechanized form of black metal and weet the sound of among other things in a very strong manner Thorns, Satyricon and Diabolicum to combine and together to forge to a rather own sound. On cd this comes terrible well from painting, now once look at if they happen live also this way overwhelming. In itself I can say on this whole-hearted "yes". The link played super-tight the riffs concerning sometimes amazingly fast, but from time to time also nicely whipping digital drums gone and the song of Void lay nice in the mix. Much I must say that acting was rather static. In itself nothing wrong at this type, only I do not have complex music during looking at really the idea that particularly to bass player Pulse and gitarist Eon entirely let go oneself in music. The riffs netjes until the end of acting, something what what concerns me, however, something more passionate are played had been possible. But the fact that I acting found much too short lasts says think as much as enough I concerning what I find of the music of these lords: terribly! <babelfish ment : 'great!' ;-)> And I have also the idea that they have even still increase possibilities. A link for the future therefore! [Robert]
     
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    :Smug: Thanks
     

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