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Visions of Order

by Cyanide Regime

Dance-oriented Electro Industrial project with lyrics and concept dealing with geopolitics, religion, and social issues.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rosarium
4:51 $0.89
2. Vanquisher
4:51 $0.89
3. Prevail
5:03 $0.89
4. Die Bitch
4:27 $0.89
5. Memorial
5:43 $0.89
6. Imperio
2:00 $0.89
7. Heartless
3:48 $0.89
8. Crucificado
4:57 $0.89
9. Apathy
4:43 $0.89
10. The Threat
4:33 $0.89
11. Revenge
5:30 $0.89
12. Plegaria
1:41 $0.89
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Album Notes
Cyanide Regime is the musical effort of Colombian Fernando S. out of Miami, Florida. The objective is the creation of dance-oriented tracks on the vein of the new Dark Electro Industrial. The music, lyrics and concept depict an interest with geopolitics, religion, and current events even though the thematic does not limit to those issues. Cyanide Regime stage persona is filled with brutal energy and in-your-face attitude.

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Chain D.L.K.

a well-done Harsh EBM debut release which has its depth and edges to stand all c
After having thankfully received a pre-demo of this Florida-based male/female-leaded duo, CYANIDE REGIME now can present earlier than expected their first official full-length release on the new label Gorestone. This new label seems to be rather a kind of community which shares mutual efforts, CYANHIDE REGIME are just one part. Other also Florida-based acts will follow soon with STAINED GLASS INCUBUS and RC DRONE. These acts share the opinion that the times of starting a mutual label in times of the still growing use of digital downloads and recognition of internet portals like Myspace can’t be any better – let’s hope they’re right with this. What we’ve noticed since a while, has become reality – after RETRACTOR there’s a constant growing movement of Harsh EBM/Industrial acts hailing out of this part of the United States, other names to come up soon asides both above mentioned have to be named with DOT EXECUTE or FORCE.IS.MACHINE. Back to CYANHIDE REGIME and their 12-track full-length CD – the first 6 tracks are known to me, including the powerful track “Die Bitch”, which was – intentionally or not – the hidden 6th track of the demo. The smasher is definitively the harsh pounding “Vanquisher” with some nice stereo effects on the pulsating bass lines and a remarkable dark-melodic content. Conspicuous is still their kind to concentrate on catchy synth textures nice to listen on tracks like “Prevail” or “Imperio” – it is really played instead of using known Trance-/Techno-inspired arpeggio programmings – an appreciated attitude which pushes them above the average. The alien-like vocal performance of front man Fernando Silva comes genre-typical heavily distorted on all pieces – here and there some additional flanging effects (“Die Bitch”) can be heard, too. Also the second half of this CD has my attention – “Apathy” can easily take the speed of “Vanquisher”, while “The Threat” starts slow and melodic – until the speed invades with the refrain. All in all you’ll got a well-done Harsh EBM debut release which has its depth and edges to stand all comparison to some scene-leading acts. Good work, keep it on!


Awesome! great industrial-hard ebm band. Hard rithyms but keeping melody. The only thing i don't likeabout them is that their songs are quite similar.....they don't take much risks. Anyway...great cd that you will enjoy.

Starting with a pulsating synthesizer sound which is shortly followed by the beats in the same rhytm but placed exactly in between to create the illusion of speeding up the song, a similar effect is accomplished with the melody. After this the distorted vocals create the musical theme for the album. The lyrical themes of the songs vary quite a lot, this is already emphasized within the first four tracks, the first one speaks about god where the 4 th song is about the wishing a cheating girlfriend to death, titled “Die Bitch”. The fifth track handles about the horrors of war and the eternal marks it leaves on the people fighting in it. Although the melodies are variable between the songs the vocals of the lead singer are deformed in a similar manner consistently creating a somewhat similar feel. The spoken interludes are what mainly form the story of the song which can directly be understood.

After such a protest song you do not immediately expect the following song to be about how wars are essential for creating empires. “Crucifado” is one of the slower songs on the CD which is a nice change, unfortunately there is no change in the vocals used. This is followed by a more uptempo song which is more danceable than the rest of the album. “The threat” has a very droning rhytm which creates a feeling that you have heard the song before, making it quite catchy. The last song is instrumental easing you into the silence.

On the whole, a well written album which could do with some more variation, especially in the vocal department.

It's always a good sign when a band has enough faith in their music that they're prepared to release it themselves, with all the hard work that entails. Fernando S, the leading light behind CR, is one such person & what we have here is 12 tracks of thumping EBM that should appeal to fans of V2A, E-Craft & the like due to the music's strict adherence to a hard, punchy sound that benefits from some expressive sequencing (although I did think that “Vanquisher” was going to be a cover of “Fade To Grey” at first!) which, in concert with beats so heavy they could register in the Richter Scale gives the album a full-blooded, almost anthemic feel in parts. The expert production further makes the most of these qualities & puts certain albums to shame. On the minus side is the lack of variety that soon makes the album round rather similar and while this is preferable to the sound alike syndrome that afflicts so many new acts they will need to expand their range and the palette of sounds if they're to fulfill their potential but, overall, this is an encouraging start.