Resistor - Liebe Über Alles - CD

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Resistor is a Colombian Electronic Body Music (EBM) project with a unique blend of pulsating rhythms, strong basslines and raw energy. Founded in 2011 by Leonardo Jaime, the project has evolved over the years, with Bryan Duarte joining in 2022 as the mastermind behind the live sequencing and drums. Resistor has crafted a sound that is both reminiscent of the Old School EBM era and distinctly their own. Resistor's debut EP, "Breathe”, released in 2015 via Black Leather Records, marked their arrival on the EBM scene. The EP featured remixes by renowned artists such as Xotox, The Horrorist, Delectro, and Equitant, garnering widespread acclaim from EBM enthusiasts worldwide. Their momentum continued with the release of their first full-length album, "Ice Cold Gold," in 2017. This album solidified their reputation as a force to be reckoned with, leading to international performances in Brazil, Mexico, and Peru. In 2019, Resistor joined forces with the Italian label EK product. Their second album, "Driving Force," released in 2020, showcased their continued evolution and ability to captivate audiences. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, "Driving Force" made a significant impact in the digital realm, receiving positive reviews from specialized media and EBM enthusiasts alike. Resistor's newest chapter is set to unfold with the release of their third album, "Liebe Über Alles," in the renowned german label Scanner from Dark Dimensions Label Group. This ambitious project delves into the constant search of pleasure by the human nature as a form of love, and how pain is attached to it in consequence. "Liebe Über Alles" promises to be the best album in the history of the band.

1. Measure Of Power (Intro)
2. Time For Pleasure
3. Liebe Uber Alles
4. Obliterate
5. Minimos y Maximos
6. Estoico
7. Frente a Frente
8. Combustion
9. Reject My Heart
10. Desire And Silence

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