EC8OR (supposedly a contraction of "eradicator") are two noisy anarchists whose
music is a terrifying, excruciating, nonstop sonic assault made of
bulldozer/jackhammer beats, mind-bending distortions and death-metal riffs,
like a fusion of Ministry,
Einsturzende Neubaten and Napalm Death (and, of course,
labelmates Atari Teenage Riot).
French keyboardist Patric Catani paints apocalyptic landscapes and
German vocalist Gina D'Orio screams like a witch on fire and yelps
like an orgasmic Japanese opera singer.
All Of Us Can Be Rich (Digital Hardcore, 1997) takes off with a series
of explosions that peak with the frantic Think About and the
hardcore ecstasy of We Are Pissed.
The second part of the disc suddenly calms down and takes shelter in
a deranged form of ambient dub (albeit no less offensive, as proven by
One Track Minded Fuckheads).
World Beaters (Digital Hardcore, 1998) has more angry anthems
(Our Present is Our Piss, The Shit You Dig) but also a
better structured "song" like Dirt.
The music has lost some of its intensity, although it has gained more focus
The One And Only High And Low (Digital Hardcore, 2000) keeps cranking up
the guitars and the beats. On top of that, tracks like You Can Hire and
Gimme Nyquil All Night Long sway fearfully with no center of mass,
as if in an uncontrolled chain reaction of rage.
The same disorienting effect is present
in the few tracks where the duo slows down, as in Don't Tell Me Shit.
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