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DHI (Death And Horror Inc) - Bitter Alloys / Pressures Collide mp3 album

DHI (Death And Horror Inc) - Bitter Alloys / Pressures Collide

Musician: DHI (Death And Horror Inc)
Album title: Bitter Alloys / Pressures Collide
Style: Electro, Industrial
Released: 1996
Country: Canada
Size MP3 version: 1476 mb
Size APE version: 1955 mb
Size WMA version: 1830 mb
Rating ✫: 4.9
Votes: 211
Format: DXD WMA AC3 AHX AAC AA MMF
Genre: Electronic

DHI (Death And Horror Inc) - Bitter Alloys / Pressures Collide mp3 album

DHI (Death And Horror Inc) - Bitter Alloys / Pressures Collide mp3 album

Tracklist

Pain And Courage 3:41
Any Power 4:44
Ninety-Nine Realities (Infinite) 7:05
Undercurrent 4:50
Rage 4:09
The Aftershock 5:22
Exanthem 5:45
Catastrophe 4:06
Black Hour 3:56
Red Carnival 6:16
Rage (Laced With Ice) 6:09
Red Carnival (Claustrophonic) 5:31
Underdub 3:55

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VR1009 DHI (Death And Horror Inc)* Bitter Alloys / Pressures Collide ‎(CD, Comp) Van Richter VR1009 Canada 1996
VR1009 DHI (Death And Horror Inc)* Bitter Alloys / Pressures Collide ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Van Richter VR1009 US 1996



Xarcondre
I have this same release with a different bar code. Everything else seems to be the same, says Printed in Canada on the back, it's new and unopened. Hole punch in bar code. Same release, with variants? Or completely separate release? Anyone know or have this same release as I do?
Hono
DHI pound home brutal grinding industrial technology just screaming to be played on a dance club's mega watt sound system. The massive battering beats of these songs pummel the listener with scathing samples and violent programmed beats. By the time that churning metal guitar kicked in at the end of the opening track 'Pain and Courage' I was hooked. Song titles like 'Catastrophe','Rage' and 'Black Hour' paint a realistic picture of the sounds emanating from Bitter Alloys/Pressures Collide. 'Ninety - Nine Realities' is a pick of the litter with a killer mechanical beat that brings to mind some wacked - out mechanical matching band with a groove. Quite a collection of mayhem.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
Where's the love for this band? Along with Sielwolf and The Fair Sex, I'd vote them some of the most underrated of bands. Really in a class of their own actually. I wasn't terribly impressed with their first two releases (which were combined into the Van Richter release 'Transmissions From a Chemical Land). On this release, they sound much more confident and fleshed out. This is actually some pretty freaky stuff. I can't even begin to describe their sound or compare them to anyone, maybe a little similar to early Frontline Assembly, maybe not. All I know is, 'Afterschock' is one kick-ass song and one of the scariest eletro songs ever. These guys were onto something here, its a shame they didn't keep it. Fans of Skinny Puppy, Frontline Assembly, or any of the other Van Richter labelmates will probably enjoy this.