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Album Review

When a band on the Metropolis label is billed as "not conforming to one style," you can usually take that with a very large grain of salt. Not since 4AD has a label had such a consistently recognizable sound, owing largely to its love of Northern European industrial and darkwave outfits. But with Project Pitchfork, you can take that claim to the bank. The latest effort from Peter Spilles and Dirk Scheuber draws on an impressively wide range of influences, from Baroque music to prog rock to industrial to straight-up pop. The band's weakness remains its aversion to melody; despite some interesting and at times even beautiful chord progressions, Spilles' vocals remain almost entirely tuneless. And if they're going to insist on singing in English, they might want to run their lyrics past a native speaker before committing excruciating non sequiturs like "You knee in front of thee/You little wannabe" to tape. But there are some very fine moments here, including the funky "Chains," the rockish "Echoes," and the downright catchy "Merry-Go-Round to Hell." Don't be fooled by the song title "It's Spring," by the way — spring is apparently a time for growling about nightmares and homelessness. Not bad overall.


Genre: Electronic

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

Germany's Project Pitchfork is an industrial band featuring vocalist Peter Spilles and keyboardist/programmer Dirk Scheuber; their sound often recalls a less aggressive, undistorted Front Line Assembly. They debuted in 1991 with Dhyani, which was followed a year later by Lam-'Bras and Entities; highlights of this period were later collected on the U.S. compilation Early Years '89-'93. 1994's Io eventually...
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