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That began to take serious changes starting with "Dream, Tiresias! Which found Spilles' voice trading actual smooth singing for a much more gravely, dark sound.
In addition to the vocals, the instrumentation was also more stripped-down and not as melodic. I wasn't particularly fond of the changes even if I respected them.
The album had its moments but I just couldn't get into it like the prior 4 albums. And that has continued with subsequent releases.
I also find their theatrics and cover art to be rather derivative, egotistical, and silly. It's like a bad Hot Topic commercial. And it borrows motifs, fashions, and theatrics created by much more influential bands such as Skinny Puppy, NIN, and Marlyn Mansion.
The first review is so horrible and should be removed for such an epic band as Pitchfork. The reviewer obviously doesn't get them or barely listened to them to make such a harsh opinion and compare them to bands they have little in common with.
The last 3 full length releases by Project Pitchfork however may be the best things they have ever done, at the least they hold up to their best work of the s.
The reviewer under this one however, got it exactly right. There is something to this band unlike any others I have ever listened too.
They are not standard EBM, and they do not fit in an exact genre category, which is part of the brilliance of this band. In the s the album IO originally got me into them.
It sounded like something actually recorded by aliens, as it doesn't compare to any artist than or now. I could go on for ever about this band, yet like all great things you really cannot put into words how great they are.
You cannot listen to one album or one song by this band and get a feel for them whatsoever. It was a slow learning process with them for me. Extremely glad I gave IO those extra spins in the 90s.
Originally the song "Bodies" had me interested in checking them out. The one thing to avoid when first trying them is their videos with the most views on youtube like "timekiller" for example.
Personally I would start with the song IO and go from there Chakra Red is also one of the most unclassifiable albums out there, it is great and to this day sounds like nothing else I have ever heard.
I disagree with the first review in their fame status, they are too un-conventional to really ever have a mass following or at least their best albums are.
The masses in my country worship rap and country, so what the hell do the masses know anyway? They masses can keep their crap and I will keep my Pitchfork albums.
Darrel Eschedor. AlienZain7 January 18, Report. They are the best band I know, and I listen to a lot of very progressive contemporary electronic music.
Even their stuff from the 90s is AMAZING. I really mean it, the things they create are literally from the future, not just an imitation of what the future might be i.
So, sometimes his titles aren't bang on, but remember English isn't his native tongue. It's almost like Peter Spilles is a medium for an angel, he has these incredible brilliant moments lyric-wise and composition wise, on some tracks it's not at that level.
But when it is, it is really better than anything I've ever heard. And like I said I'm constantly listening to today's top European producers. Best tracks of Projekt Pitchfork imo: Echoes Fleischvertstarker animal body - spirit engarde I live your dream radiolarie trialog die schlange feel conjure song of winds souls rescue the future is now your tempting fantasy inferno lead and feather.
Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. Project Pitchfork was one of my favorite bands in the early nineties because they combined the best sensibilities of the three related styles of music which I favored most at the time: Gothic, Industrial, and Electro.
Obviously, they were not for everyone. For me, however, I appreciated their classical composition as well as their song-writing.
It was by far not the most "tough" or dark sounding band out at the time My favorite albums by them are Lam-bras, Entities, and Io.
Reply Notify me 5 Helpful. I always found Project Pitchfork to have really silly song titles, silly appearance, and mostly silly music over the years.
They're not a very good example of EBM although they're commonly lumped into that category. More appropriate I would call them "gothic electronic" music which is somewhere between Sisters of Mercy and A Split Second, if I had to pick two bands.
They are still popular to a degree in their home country of Germany but I could never understand why they had such success, none of their music really does it for me.
With the support of Eastwest, an imprint of the major label Warner Music , the band had greater resources available to produce videos for their music, which led to their being the first gothic industrial band to receive airplay on music TV in Germany.
In , the band released their eighth studio album " Daimonion " and supported the album with a European tour. In the band released the "NUN" trilogy which consisted of album "Inferno" and EPs "View From a Throne" and "Trialog".
This earned the band another nomination for an Echo Award, this time for Best Alternative Act National.
Project Pitchfork returned with album Kaskade in In February the band released "Dream, Tiresias! By Project Pitchfork ceased operating their Candyland label, having since begun releasing their work on the Trisol label.
The band released "Quantum Mechanics" in as well as a video for the album's second track, "Lament". Later that year the band released a compilation album titled "First Anthology".
To promote the record the band held a pre-release show in Hamburg. The album was released in September and featured a music video for "Blood-Diamond See Him Running " edited by Peter Spilles himself.
In , Project Pitchfork released their "Second Anthology", a double CD that included one new track, several unreleased rarities, and many re-recorded and remastered tracks.
The album was released in two versions: a standard CD release and a special, limited edition double CD wth an 80 page art book containing complete lyrics and a short story by the fantasy author Björn Springorum.
In , the band released the album "Akkretion", the first of what was planned to be a trilogy of albums for release that year. Starting in , Trisol began releasing reissues of all the band's material over the previous decade from "Dream, Tiresias!
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