Wedrowcy-Tulacze-Zbiegi are a band from Poland that has had music reviewed before in this zine and on this recording moves away from their metal roots and goes into more of an 80's era new wave and post punk direction and this is a review of their 2020 album "Berliner Vulkan" which will be released in June by Devoted Art Propaganda.
Electronic music sounds and synths start off the album while all of the drum beats are also programmed. Goth style clean vocals are also a very huge part of the recording while spoken word parts can also be heard at times along with the music also adding in some elements of 80's era synth pop.
The music also avoids the use of electric guitars, black metal elements and heavier riffs that where a part of their earlier recordings. Clean playing can also be heard briefly along with the music also adding in a great amount of post punk influences as well as some touches of industrial also being utilized at times.
On this Wedrowcy-Tulacze-Zbiegi moves away from the metal influences of pat albums and goes into more of a mixture of new wave, post rock and electronic music. The production sounds very professional while the lyrics are written in Polish and cover dark themes.
In my opinion this is another great sounding recording from Wedrowcy-Tulacze-Zbiegi and if you are a fan of post punk, new wave and electronic music, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "I" and "IV". 8 out of 10.