This is NOT a drum & bass record. Really. SPL gives it to us hard and elbow deep on Genosha 17, which is - believe it or not - his first ever hardcore record. SPL has been one of the top names in drum & bass and dubstep for a long time, but with this release the man can most deservedly add 'industrial hardcore' to his growing list of credentials. SPL's three tracks on this release were made without a great deal of exposure to hardcore, which means that what's on the plate is untainted and refreshing. The Outside Agency remix of Lost Frequency actually contains more drum & bass elements than any of the other tracks. All that's left is well-produced, pounding, techno-driven hardcore with an unhealthy amount of drive. Potentially dangerous to small children. Keep away from fire.
DJ support by: Ophidian, Limewax, Daisy, Endymion, The Panacea, The DJ Producer, Broken Rules, The Immobilizers, Cooh, Nosferatu, Ruffneck, Wolfman.