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Evolve

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Album Review

Heavily distorted vocals, pounding electro melodies, and complex basslines — these are the marks of Pulse Legion's remarkable EBM release, Evolve. The sinister feel of Evolve can be likened to early Mentallo and the Fixer, sharing Revelation 23's complex yet clean electronic sound. This does not mean to say that Pulse Legion have not hit their own special mark. Evolve is more geared to the dancefloor, taking its melodic tangents in a solid dance beat structure. Evolve opens with some of its best tracks, particularly the harsh elegance of "Evolve" and the aggressive assualt of "Who Decides." From there, Evolve walks the line between the relative quiet of tracks such as "Covet" and "Remains" (at times reminiscent of a harsher Fortification 55) and louder tracks like "Hideaway" (featuring some well-placed guitar riffs). There is enough going on in Evolve to interest, and Pulse Legion has brought enough of themselves to this release to keep it from falling by the wayside as just another EBM outfit. This release clearly marks Pulse Legion as a band to be watched.

Biography

Formed: 1996

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s

John Ricker, Samuel P., and Jason DM compose the darkwave-electronic outfit Pulse Legion. Combining dark, ambient aesthetics and goth rock, the trio formed in 1996 in their native Hawaii, prior to resettling in Los Angeles. Their 1997 debut Evolve was promoted by COP International Records and two years later Metropolis...
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