Endlec's second release on Bas Mooy's label is an uncompromising affair. Right from the get-go, the listener is bombarded with intense techno. "Disharmonic Life" is a distorted, jarring affair, while "Force of Nature" sounds like Endlec is dropping iron bars over a rusty drum pattern. Things take a slightly more esoteric turn on "The Substantial One", which could be the producer's gritty take on Jeff Mills' space techno, but soon enough the release swings back towards tougher sounds. The gained filters of "Atitlo" and the Armani-style stomp of "The Sanatorium Age" show that when it comes to tough, peak-time techno, Endlec and Mord have few peers.
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