An excellent three-track techno goth EP. Pulsing synths and eerie, droning vocals are cleverly combined with
catchy tunes and interesting lyrics.
Nekromantik have a raw, unprocessed sound. I wonder what they could do with more money, a professional studio
and some real instruments. Perhaps it would be great, perhaps it would take the edge off their "underground" feel.
The band has since broken up, but rumour has it that the vocalist (Martin) is trying to form another band.
Watch this space.
[See also, my review of Nekromantik's album.]