In a limited edition of just 50 units, so to me is now the debut of Alexey Popov before which donated the listener a journey into the world of minimal synth retro look, with me "Pink Noise" occasionally to the work of Chris Hülsbeck (Turrican) recalls. "Tomorrow" was released in 2014, then only in the form of tapes and polymer tapes, which SkullLine now nachlegt a CDR version, which also accompanied by two other pieces. The result of this publication is to establish as very catchy, but it provides no problem to quickly get to the numerous warm Melodiegebungen hearing, which suits me particularly the title track. Attack means 41 provides us with the musicians now, although not exceptional food, but manages quite so something to proffer what (at least for me) simply block represents an alternative to traditional events. Aspects such as vitality and agility are on "Tomorrow" are not uncommon, and so the work also goes relatively quickly over time and especially in the head. So follow through songs like "personal computer" and "Candy Chord" further reactions whose catchy character already fully breaks down at the first contact and raises latter even true retro feel.
With 41 Attack and "Tomorrow" at any rate comes fine fare to light, wherein the electro-minimal track on SkullLine already could muster already strong diet in the past. With Attack 41 this circumstance will surely further consolidate because enjoyed in the mood, so you can even spend hours dedicate this publication - my recommendation!
Review from Necroweb.deRating: [4 of 5 Stars!]