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Album Review

Fossil Culture opens with atmospheric call-and-response guitar waves. Wide, light layers of distortion and fuzz play until low-grade drum'n' bass gets scattered in, turning the track into a reminiscence of early mainstream industrial, like a Ministry dance club mix. Throughout the album, Peter Frohmader's sampling and cheap synth work seem overexerted in attempts to reach a melodramatic, epic peak. Using Depeche Mode-era sounds in an attempt to produce mind-expanding music is unlikely, but for simply spacing out to, Pinhas' guitar work is the strong point of this album.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Peter Frohmader is an innovator of the second generation of German electronic music. Different from most electronic music artists, he is only marginally influenced by the cosmic sound of Tangerine Dream or Klaus Schulze. His music leads to the underworld and creates a sinister and nightmarish atmosphere. Frohmader has released numerous albums, but most of them came out on little labels, so they did not gain the attention they deserved. Already a pupil, Peter Frohmader started to record tapes with...
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