Three years after his first album Andreas Brinkert
) has released his second album entitled "Fritter Away". Brinkert
has once again demonstrated his skills of creating moods which range from apprehension and aggression to disarray.
assimilates classic dark industrial by creating a multitude of hypnotic repetitive sequences, dark drones and mechanical noises that are highlighted with a large variety of complex beats. The twelve tracks include subliminal bits of sound that drift below the surface so that the listener is deeply captivated.Bipol
is supported on three tracks by Tim Kniep
) and Andreas Schramm
) and the album's mental intensity is that much more enforced. A superior work of present day industrial music - a sound that forces you to listen - definitely not music to fritter away the time.