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xenophobia


"K-Nitrate hit the pulse with their debut "Xenophobia", blending Sheep On Drugs techno beats and dare I say it, Solar Enemy/Portion Control attitude, refined EBM, escaping from the over production gremlin and all the better for it. Track titles give you a fair idea of the areas covered - "Killer Religion (AK47)", "Escape & Evasion" and "Human Shield", a Gulf War fixation or what? Add to that a cover shot of gas mask symbolism and you've just about clued in. Impressive."

- Leigh Neville (MFTEQ)

 

"K-Nitrate hit the pulse with their debut "Xenophobia", blending Sheep On Drugs techno beats and dare I say it, Solar Enemy/Portion Control attitude, refined EBM, escaping from the over production gremlin and all the better for it. Track titles give you a fair idea of the areas covered - "Killer Religion (AK47)", "Escape & Evasion" and "Human Shield", a Gulf War fixation or what? Add to that a cover shot of gas mask symbolism and you've just about clued in. Impressive."

- Leigh Neville (MFTEQ)

 

"K-Nitrate was formed slightly after the super-group Cubanate originally split up, sometime after their first release Antimatter. Two of the members of Cubanate retained the band's name and went on to release the amazing album Cyberia and the other two, GR1 and Etheridge, went on to from the industrial-techno act K-Nitrate. K-Nitrate's first release is titled Xenophobia and is simply incredible dance industrial.

At times it almost sounds Sheep On Drugs-esque except it tends to be a little harder. The entire album is very techno orientated and is destined to be a club hit as soon as it hits the shelves. And fear not, if you decided to wait and not buy the original import version your patience will be rewarded. The domestic release not only comes with M-U-C-H snazzier artwork but ALSO and extra track not found on the import..."

- FC