Origin: Portugal
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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, 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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