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Reaktor  


Re:Aktor is one of a growing number of bands with a so-called "cyber-metal" sound, mixing hard metal with shades of industrial and nu-metal influences (making them clearly a child of Fear Factory in spirit, though they aren't the closest soundalike). On Zero Order, one might hear bits and pieces of Rammstein, Static-X, and Raunchy, among others. The musicianship is fine, the production crisp, almost sterile, appropriate for the music, though perhaps it takes a bit of the power away from the songs. This genre has plenty of room to grow, and Re:Aktor may yet become a major player in this field. For now, though they lack that bit of dynamism and individuality to place them at the top of their class, Zero Order is a decent debut album. Since the album's release, a couple of lineup changes have taken place, and they have officially modified their name to just Reaktor.

Current Members

Sergio Animal

vocals/bass

[Nexion]

guitars

D-Void

guitars/bass

Cyph

drums

Former Members/Guests

Rad (Rui Duarte)

vocals

Ca2 (Cato Bekkevold)

drums (Enslaved, ex-Red Harvest)


Discography



Zero Order 
2003 Nuclear Blast
  1. Zero Order
  2. My Own Fear
  3. Damage Zone
  4. See
  5. Stellarator
  6. Sektor X-Lr8
  7. Disclosure
  8. Impact
  9. Datascape Assembler
  10. As>D
  11. Out There
  • Rad
  • [Nexion]
  • D-Void
  • Ca2


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