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Dutch outfit CONTROL HUMAN DELETE was formed in 2001, and made their recording debut with the EP Error Spectre in 2003. This production got positive receptions, but despite this and performing live on a regular basis they didn't manage to get signed by a label.

In 2004 the band starts working on what is to become their full length debut effort, and towards the end of 2006 it is ready for release. Italian label Code 666 decides to sign the band, and in 2007 they issue Control Human Delete's debut album Terminal World Perspective.

Since then the band has experienced various line-up alterations, with the end result being that they are again reduced to the same quartet that carfted their debut effort and that a second effort is in the works.

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The Prime MoverThe Prime Mover
CODE666 2013
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Error Spectre
Control Human Delete Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

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— First review of this album —
3 stars "Error Spectre" is a 6 track, 35:35 minutes long EP release by Dutch industrial black/death metal act Control Human Delete. It's a self-produced affair and it's the band's first official release (they did however release the "Promo MCD 2003" earlier the same year).

The music on the EP varies between industrial/electronic/ambient sections and more raw black/death metal parts. There are both speaking/talking sections and growling/raspy vocal parts in the music. Movie samples top the soundscape off. On Paper this sounds quite intriguing with a sci-fi theme to further catch my interest, but it's not a perfect release by any means. I find myself enjoying the more harsh black/death metal parts of the music very much and bands like Dødheimsgard and The Axis of Perdition come to mind when the music is best. It's when the band plays the more industrial/ambient sections that my attention begin to wander. Those parts are pretty long and they are also too long drawn and tedious. If they had been short atmosphere creating pieces they would have been great, but as they are now they drag my rating down.

The sound production is decent although it sounds a bit like a home recording. It's not a major issue though. Upon conclusion there are many interesting things going on, during the playing time of "Error Spectre" and fans of industrial black/death metal could find this EP of some value. I'd get their debut full-length studio album "Terminal World Perspective (2007)" first though as the band at that point had learned a great deal about composing more well balanced industrial black/death metal. A 2.5 - 3 star (55%) rating is still warranted though.


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