Doubtless DK7 will have to endure a few remarks about their similarity to labelmates Colder. They certainly share a number of attributes, namely the cool detached vocals (courtesy of Mark O'Sullivan), that minimalist European, almost-danceable sound (provided by Jesper Dahlbäck) and the omnipresent sense of evil. Infact, the staccato, repetitive 'Heart Like A Demon' sounds exactly like the work of Marc Nguyen Tan. Yet there's something different about DK7 and it's possibly that they are more commercially viable. 'Killer', 'The Difference' and 'Life Is Everywhere' see Depeche Mode relocated to the dancefloor and - continuing that comparison - the soul-baring vocals on 'Fire' compare to their Martin Gore-sung compositions. As it turns out, what we have is a great post-punk record that crosses over to the club scene.