Album Review: for all the emptiness “mt” EP


Get ready to bob your head in time to the rhythm with for all the emptiness’s EP mt, released in February.  If you’re a fan of dark electro music, the five-single EP, the band’s second, is for you. Jonathan Kaplan, vocalist and composer, began the band as an idea after he saw Apoptygma Berzerk’s live DVD APBL98. He was especially influenced by frontman Stephan Groth going into the crowd and seeing how the music affected the fans. Kaplan endeavors to recreate the same feeling with his music, evident in mt.

for all the emptiness strives to make an impact with their music, evident by both the lyrics packed full of meaning and the music that drives the message through even further. mt is a cold, hard look at the bleakness of the world presented in a manner that is easy to accept. If you like music with a meaning and a good beat, for all the emptiness’s mt EP is for you.

  1. seduced by a disease
  2. you hurt
  3. i’ll remember confusion
  4. hearts against minds
  5. stronger than before

Post by Karen Shalev

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