From the seven track LP The Butterfuly Effect, the middle – Unbegun rumbles around the room in just under four minutes of unremitting threshes of strings, vocals and percussion that pulverise the foundations.
The Canadian industrial-rock quartet Pröjekt F are due to release the LP The Butterfly Effect on the 1st of March.
Pröjekt F – photo credit Matt C
With only one change in line up since their introduction in 2013 with Fred Linx taking over the drum-kit there is a completely recognizable clawing of the walls as the second of the seven tracks on the album Tongue gouges its way out of the speakers.
Like an infestation of cockroaches Tongue rapidly entraps the listener in a darkening menace of a sound taking over with the sense of the brain being gently gnawed by a horde intensifies through-out the just under five minute track, that once it has finished just has you reaching for the replay button to be eaten a little more.
Pröjekt F is Jonh M.Miller (Vocal), Dany Burton (Drums), William Hicks (Bass) and Simon Sayz (Guitar) an industrial rock band from Montreal in Canada. I had to double check the name of the lead singer and as far as I can tell Jonh is not a typo and neither is Dany the drummer.
Pröjekt F – photo credit NM Fotograph
Pröjekt F deliver their sounds like a sledgehammer, just make sure the plaster on the walls is in good condition before you turn the volume up and hit play.
Whilst they are able to deliver rumbling industrial rock, Pröjekt F, is also able to surprise with far more structured melodies which are seamed with pianoforte, but regardless of where they take the material it has a raw power that glitters like a bloodied axe scything away at the listeners head. Don’t duck as the precision and craft ensures you are in good hands and facing the whirling sounds is precisely how to enjoy this music and immensely enjoyable it is too.
This is a band you just know will have fans ramming their heads into the speakers on live performance to get the full experience. As I have already ruined my ears from decades of music listened too to loudly and suffer with tinnitus I would have little to loose by lining up at the front of the stage.
Although Pröjekt F has been around since 2006, they have only recently got round to releasing their debut LP – Skins.