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Review: Dimension F3H - Does the Pain Excite You?
Dimension F3H
Does the Pain Excite You?

Label: Dark Essence Records
Year released: 2007
Duration: 50:58
Tracks: 10
Genre: Unclassifiable

Rating: 4/5

Review online: October 29, 2007
Reviewed by: Pagan Shadow
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The year 2000 saw the creation of a new Norwegian duo called Dimension F3H. No newcomers as such, since founding member Morfeus was previously in the legendary avant-gardist act Limbonic Art. Their first release, which I bought then (2003), was called Reaping the World Winds. Four years later, they come back with their sophomore Does the Pain Excite You? If their first one contained maybe a bit too much of those blast beat moments, this brand new work has corrected that tendency. A few songs still go for it, with those mechanical sounding machine gun drums like Babylon & Violent Fantasy. As a whole, this creation tends to be darker, with varied tempos, often a pleasantly mid or mid fast one was chosen and the futuristic/ modern touch was preserved by constant or mostly constant use of keyboard patterns (symphonic, spacey, ambient or cool sounding). With the moderate pace comes a darker and heavier riffing gracing some of the finest compositions such as: Cyber Queen (cool robotic vocals), Freak Show and the title track. This time around, Jack of all trade, like Morfeus describes himself, is handling the vocals; a harsh / clean type of efficient and suitable style to the feel of the music.

Track Listing:
  1. Babylon
  2. CyberQueen
  3. Final Solution
  4. Pin Point Dead Man Practise
  5. Does the Pain Excite You?
  6. Superior
  7. EchoChamber
  8. Nine Tails Of the Cat
  9. Freakshow
  10. Violent Fantasy
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Review: Reaping The World Winds (reviewed by 4th Horseman)
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