ORCumentary reminds me a lot of all of these acts while also having a spin at folk and pagan metal. In a highly enjoyable fashion this one-man project blends industrial electronics with brutal metal, all with a tremendous hatred toward goblins, dwarves, elves and other profiteers who refuse to adept to modern day society and just live off our work while also pushing their religious beliefs on us.
(note: any similarities with present day socio-economic and politic issues are purely coincidental and do in no way reflect the opinion of the writer of this review).
The result is an over-the-top album, musically reminding me of acts like Rammstein, Die Krupps, Samael, Finntroll, Korpiklaani and Immortal. The guitars and drums/programming have a very modern edge but the keyboards sounds as if they come right of an eighties pop song or, in some case, a nineties eurodance monstrosity. However, believe me, here it fits perfectly with the sillyness of the whole.
Vocals range from grunts and blackened screams to faked-femaled vocals which are hilariously annoying. Luckily the grunts make up the most part of the whole, so it remains enjoyable. Besides, there are actually some good songs on this album. On stage, I can easily imagine songs like 'You Must Procreate!' or 'Into Their Cavernous Hole We Plunge' evoking a dance-banging party. Yes, dance-banging exists, just pay attention at a Pain or Rammstein concert and you'll know what I mean.
I can't find a lot of information about this act (mainly because somehow I lost the accompaning e-mail somewhere) but I know this one-man project does this thing live. So please, bookers from Europe (and especially Belgium because I'm very selfish sometimes), get this act on the road in 'ye olde continent' and let's destroy some pesky little miscreations on the way...