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Sturm - Fragmente
Formed in 1996, Sturm have created their own style of music called Nordische Harte. Fragmente is their third album and we�ll see if the promotional talk from the band is right. Well I can be short about this one. The music is uninspired, the vocals are uninspired and I almost can�t believe what I have to make of this album. The vocalist is trying to sing like Rammstein, but doesn�t succeed in making the vocals something important. Schmerz is the first song, and the music doesn�t sound even that bad, but the vocals ruin everything. Second, the originality. Sturm claim they have created an own style, well let�s make clear that this isn�t new. Rammstein have done it before, Subway To Sally have done it before. The only difference is that they succeeded in doing it, and Sturm fails to do it. I can say one more thing about this album. Boring as hell. I�ve found myself a new plate for putting my drinks on. Track List: 1: Schmerz 2: Fleisch 3: Blutbad 4: Kalte Gefuhle 5: Stahlfleisch 6: De Histrione 7: Egophil 8: Priester 9: Bestie 10: Wahn & Sin 11: Fragmente Line Up: Vocals � Per Ole Albrecht Guitars � Thomas Tretow Guitars � Gregor Bartel Bass � Oliver Trapp Drums � Martin Mangels
Sturm - Fragmente
27/1001Details Source Of Deluge Records
Released on Tuesday Nov 30th, -0001

Writer @Mat-Core on Thursday May 20th, 2004

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