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Deadly Force (Reloaded)

by Seraphim System

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J Ruske
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J Ruske Intense beats with powerful loops underpin a great album with solid tracks. Perfect for stomping or just drowning out work colleagues droning on nearby! Favorite track: Anger Management.
Harald Frank
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Harald Frank Harder, better, Deadly Force!!! Favorite track: H34R71355.
Paul Smith
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Paul Smith Yet more thoroughly enjoyable Industrial Noise, a pure delight for your ears Favorite track: Riot In Progress.
Peter Sawyer
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Peter Sawyer Pre-ordered - loving the first few tracks. Noise, industrial, EBM and a bit of swagg all mixed together.

Going to be a nice album to start the year off. Can't way for mine to turn up. Favorite track: H34R71355.
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Deadly Force 01:30
R4MP4G3 04:34
Radio Sex 04:21
H34R71355 03:39
Bitchmade 04:36


Breakout label debut for this prolific producer and remixer from North Carolina.

Not for the first time and probably not for the last, this latest DWA signing resulted from a remix – in this case, one from the hot-selling debut album by RAVE THE REQVIEM…where it cried out for inclusion alongside those commissioned from the (currently at least) rather better-known names of COMBICHRIST, ALIEN VAMPIRES and NOISUF-X.
Further slices of remix action came on our “Orkus! 100” exclusive compilation this summer – where one of RUINIZER’s wrecking anthems “The Primary Objective” was reassembled – and on SURGYN’s latest, “Limousine”.

Now, following several self-releases, we are pleased to present the full-length label debut by SERAPHIM SYSTEM, “Deadly Force” – an album of industrial strength bass music unmatched in intensity, likely to appeal to darkravers into heavy instrumental electronics like NOISUF-X, X-Rx, CHAINREACTOR, PHOSGORE, TERRORKODE and anyone left lamenting the untimely apparent loss of SAM.

In a genre not generally known for its sense of humor, behind his body-armor and the brutally effective industrial beatdown of “Deadly Force” BL4KJ4K’s sampling, songtitles and self-proclaimed insistence on being “a cyborg from Sirius” should be sufficient indication that he is not taking himself too seriously (or should that be “Siriusly”).

This is aggressive “fundustrial” at its fearsome finest. A fusion of hard-and-heavy EDM/EBM, with a healthy side order of noise and black humor to go.
Weighing in at an already fat 55 minutes, the CD-version of this album comes weaponized with an additional arsenal of exclusive remixes from already-established names like PHOSGORE and C-LEKKTOR plus payback from fellow rising stars RUINIZER and RAVE THE REQVIEM – taking the total runtime to over 70 minutes of sonic savagery.

The first 250 copies of the CD come in limited edition 4-panel digipak format. The album releases on January 13th.

“Deadly Force” is designed to destroy dancefloors and put the one-man (or perhaps “one cyborg”) army of SERAPHIM SYSTEM firmly on the map as most definitely a force to be reckoned with. You can’t beat the System.


released January 13, 2015

Produced, mixed and mastered by BL4KJ4K/John Stancil
[p] + [c] 2014 DWA



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Seraphim System Wilmington, North Carolina

Seraphim System incorporates elements of aggrotech, black metal, death metal, punk, drum and bass, and dubstep in its hellish creations. After a history of playing in technical metal and punk bands, SER:SYS architect "BL4KJ4K" focused his musical abilities to craft rave tunes that will help you slam your skull into your chest cavity. ... more

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