Stockholm's machine-maniac Celldod (real name Anders Karlsson) has been active in various punk and electronic outfits since the late '90s and now lands on DKA for his second full-length album (and first for the label), Fragmenterade Minnen. Karlsson's prolific solo project has released numerous cassettes and 12"s in addition to his debut on Suction Records in 2015 and his Vargdöd (Varg + Celldöd) collaboration. Fans of Karlsson's previous efforts will find lots to enjoy here, as he explores the ideas, textures, and rhythms of the Celldöd sound over 10 tracks of Liasons Dangerous-esque industrial funk with flares of body music and techno. Karlsson's ability to make such a heavy sound bounce and swing is what gives these tracks the ability to light up even the coldest dance floors. The performances captured are raw and inspired and the feeling transfers directly to the listener as your body slowly starts to move in unison with the beat.