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Release date: 2011
Style: Industrial metal


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01. Die Nacht Der Stumpfen Messer
02. Kaputt!
03. Wenn Ich Einmal Gross Bin
04. Alarm
05. Attentat
06. Ein Lied, Dich Zu Töten
07. Disko-Vampir
08. Versprochen
09. Einen Lenin Pro Tag
10. Herz Und Faust
11. Amok


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Deutsche Welle Part 2.

Weena Morloch is a side-project of Alexander Kaschte, at least it started this way. I've always considered their debut and its successor indifferent works of industrial music with ambient references. Of course they had quite a few good moments, but apart from that they were nothing special in a Central European scene that was gaining ground day by day and the competition was harsh between the acts that were striving to settle their names with golden letters in the dark electro/industrial/EBM scene. Well, the years have passed and the scene has come to a saturation point with the big names being ghosts of themselves and the newer acts battling between TBM and a move-your-arse in the dancefloor you multicolored alienated electro cyber-goth generation attitude.

published 18.09.2011 | Comments (5)


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Oliver Phoenix - 25.04.2012 at 00:58  
Rating: 7 The first Album of Weena what includes music

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