Paresis - Replacer (2014) FLAC
‘Replacer’ as far as I am aware is the third Paresis release after a 2009 EP and ‘Last Shadow’ EP (with the companion ‘Lost Shadows’ remix offering) also on Armalyte. Paresis is a one man electro industrial act from Peterborough UK and ‘Replacer’ is the classic remix EP, featuring the title track, 4 remixes and a cover version. The first of which is the title track, the original version itself, a high tempo track aimed thoroughly at the dancefloor with its elevated energy levels augmented by the chunky front of mix guitars as the track progresses.
Paresis - Replacer (2014) FLAC
Industrial, EBM, Dubstep | Armalyte Industries
Lossless | FLAC | unmixed | 2014 | 00:26:25 | 208 Mb
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01. Replacer (4:19)
02. Replacer (ESA Remix) (4:52)
03. Replacer (M.G.R.X. Remix) (4:48)
04. Replacer (Ruinizer Remix) (4:05)
05. Replacer (Digicore Remix) (4:07)
06. What Is Love (4:14)
The vocals won’t be to everyone’s taste, with their harsh whispered/screamed almost black metal stylings but they are well executed. This is the Paresis sound we have come to recognise from the material on ‘Last Shadows’, and while it does not offer anything particularly new to their already establiushed sound, one has to think of the expression ‘if it ain’t broke’….
On to the remixes. ESA are first up, a name that carries much respect in the scene. The remix does not disappoint, solid, with tribal influences and an infectious groove that make the track even more suited to the clubs than the original. M.G.R.X. are next, with a remix which is very ‘now’ with it’s modern dubstep/rock hybrid stylings. It sounds great though it leaves very little impression of the original track in your mind. The ubiquitous Ruinizer are the next to offer their take, also well produced, bringing the guitars and harsh vocals of the original to the fore and adding a heady dose of lush synths and head nodding bass melodies. Label mates Digicore take the last remix slot and perhaps predictably (not in any bad way) give the track a flavour all of their own. If you enjoy this mix you need to be checking out their ‘More Than Just An Ape’ album. With its slower tempo and crushing levels of aggression it is a fine way to round off the remixes.
Now this is where my thoughts on the EP are going to be divisive. The EP is finished off with a cover version of Haddaway’s ‘What Is Love?’. The Paresis version has already won much love amongst the social networkers and I’m sure it will do the rounds at the parties and club nights of the people in the know, but I’m not a fan. I didn’t enjoy the original and after the heavyweight feel of the remainder of the EP I felt the inclusion of this cover to my ears didn’t fit. There you go, that is my aforementioned grumble.
That aside, anyone with any love for the industrial dancefloor scene would be a little silly not to lap this up. The chief remaining question is when are we likely to see a Paresis release with more original material, be it an album or an EP? Get on it lad.
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