|2.||"(The) Ninth Key (CCF)"|
|1.||"The Immutable Sphere (CCF)"|
This Morn Omina provides the prolific Gooiland Elektro label with an impressive tenth 12" of the year. It's TMO's first release since the L'Unification Des Forces Opposantes album of 2011, but it's a four-track EP that sounds like it came straight from the mid-to-late-'80s. A high octane "Epoch (ccf)" opens proceedings with industrial rave-beats and Skinny Puppy-like vocals, while "(The) Ninth Key (ccf)" pounds down heavy like an early Regis production - paired with Karl O'Conner's vocals similar to what we heard on the excellent White Savage Dance 12". The B-side of "The Immutable Sphere (ccf)" would nestle neatly into a Terence Fixmer DJ set thanks to its Front 242 styled aggression, while "Obeah" features the frenetic drums and flusters of random instrumentation reminiscent of an early Liam Howlett production for The Prodigy. For EBM enthusiast this is a no brainer.
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