MP3 UCNX - Absolute Zero
Electro-industrial that unites the finest elements of the US and European scenes.
9 MP3 Songs
ELECTRONIC: Industrial, ROCK: Industrial Rock
UCNX is an audio assault project based out of NJ/Philly (USA) from Douglas Sudia and John Monette focusing mainly on the industrial/electronic/alternative scene. Theirs is a fusion of various styles ranging from classic Electro-Industrial, IDM, Coldwave, Ambient, and Noise into a collection of storming club and experimental tracks with strong vocals, an overall rock sensibility, and strong respect to the past acts of the Wax Trax and Re-Constriction days, without being stuck in them.
Doug & John have known each other since the 2nd grade, and although they are a breakthrough new act they have been conspiring on music together for the past decade. What started as a fun hobby evolved into a serious beast: Dedication to their craft, to actual song writing that can still fill the floor to maximum capacity. Fuelled by influence without imitation, accessibility without compromise.
But don''t just take their word for it...
"It''s so nice to hear a band, in these days of computer-made-easy-crap-industrial...that actually sounds like it gives a shit about it''s music, the genre and the ear drums of it''s populace in general. And if it makes me a pussy to say that I like melodies with my hardcore beatz, then so be it...in which case UCNX puts the bow on my little girl dress." -Blayne Alexander, Idiot Stare/Insight 23"
Absolute Zero is the debut release by US band UCNX and it''s hotter than a man who has just set his trousers on fire. Taking their cue from the sounds of prime Wax Trax and Re-Constriction records and bands such as the rock influence Chemlab, the intricate electro Front Line Assembly, and even the intelligent sounds of Haujobb, UCNX push these influences into the 21st century kicking and screaming all the way with clear, emotional vocals & a nod to the past
The mini album features 9 tracks 5 of them originals by UCNX, 3 remixes including a stunning remakes by the excellent Cyanotic and Deadliner. The release is topped of with a brooding cover of the Alice in Chains classic Sea of Sorrow.
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