Radio Sex - Seraphim System - Deadly Force
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Jan 12, · Seraphim System is the bastard child of noise and harmony. Seraphim System's debut powernoise / aggrotech / industrial album "Excessive Force" involves 11 hellish apocalyptic tracks of monstrous and aggressive mayhem. This reckless audio ushers in portraits of a dark, sinister future.
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“Deadly Force” is designed to destroy dancefloors and put the one-man (or perhaps “one cyborg”) army of SERAPHIM SYSTEM firmly on the map as most definitely a force to .
First coined as a neologism by Jay Ruin of Wolverhampton-based RUINIZER, and rapidly picked up by East Coast bass-music producer John Stancil of SERAPHIM SYSTEM, the albums that could be said to best exemplify swaggrotech at its peak would be RUINIZER’s “Decimation In H.D” and SERAPHIM SYSTEM’s “Automaton Assisted Annihilation.
Signed on the strength of a truly stellar remix for fellow DWA act RAVE THE REQVIEM’s hot-selling debut album, Seraphim System’s own first album for DWA “Deadly Force” released at the tail-end of boasts a sound likely to appeal to those into hard-hitting instrumental electronics like NOISUF-X, TERRORFAK T, X-Rx and anyone left lamenting the untimely apparent loss of SAM.