Named after the so-called Langemarck myth and in conjunction with the fact that my name has already come across this several times, I thought this project so interesting that I ado fingers for "The Malta Experience" stretched. In retrospect, that was a good choice ...
Were "The Malta Experience" is the result of a six-day-long journey through exactly those small island nation, whose impressions in ten musical settings worked.
These provide a lasting impression and sometimes it is not easy music Langemarck to pack in a drawer (which I do not want too).
The overall impression is variable and very pleasant. Various Electronica, as with "Dwejra Lines', give the whole a part, rather dreamy character, which also leads to a really wonderful listening experience - far from the usual cliches and also damned independent.
Equally strong musical settings such as "Siggiewi" or "Hal Hypogeum" is just as capable of quick fix and that is why sometimes developed a slight addiction factor.
Occasionally my music parallels coming home to several slices from the Sonderuebertragung to mind, and Langemarck but certainly enough to show potential for this to cook a very own thing.
Sounds a bit harsh then build in "Luga" on which, however, ultimately is the exception to this work, which most likely can not be attributed to the experimental ambient.
Sun reign on this album sounds the most tranquil and harmonious action "Sah-ha" makes for a nice finale of "The Malta Experience."
Langemarck you should definitely keep an eye on, but the musical outpourings have enormous hope for the future, albeit a bit but is still room for improvement certainly.
So if you create a complex, unusual looking plant with various refinements, which should not hesitate for long, because like all record of SkullLine is again a limitation of the day.
Rating: 8.5 out of 10 pieces of silver
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