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Embryodead

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Album Review

From the track titles alone ("Slave to Evil," "Down Where We Belong," "Golgotha"), it's clear that Embryodead isn't a happy pop record. The sub-Skinny Puppy chord progressions don't make for incredibly good songs, but Ratzinger's productions bring a bit more to the table than listeners would expect from this type of industrial-dance record.

Biography

Born: 1991

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Another in the line of '90s goths who forsook guitars for the sampler and synthesizer, Rudy Ratzinger's :wumpscut: project was born in 1991 when he released his first cassette-only albums, Defcon and Small Chambermusicians. Vuz Records signed the German to their fold by the following year, and after a release on a 1993 Vuz compilation (New Forms of Entertainment), the first :wumpscut: album, Music for a Slaughtering Tribe, appeared in December 1993. After the release of the Dried Blood EP on Ant-Zen...
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