Suicide Inside – Homicide – Review

July 1, 2012

An eclectic blend of aggressive electronic music and furious industrial rock, with heavy breakbeats, rhythmic noise, and Natasha’s razor-sharp provocative female vocals.

Stray – Letting Go – Review

July 1, 2012

Second release by Erica Dunham of Unter Null’s side project. One can perceive hope and light at the end of this trancey tunnel.

Freakangel – Let It All End – Review

July 1, 2012

“It’s an album about how brain-dead we act in this dying world, how we have lost faith in ourselves and how we prefer to believe in television and pseudo-Gods.”

SITD – Icon Koru – Review

April 15, 2012

“State of Tyranny” has a big beat that is eminently danceable, but the gruff vocals and haunting robo-sounds signal a dark end to this celebration.

Toxic Coma – Satan Rising – Review

April 15, 2012

A project from Velvet Acid Christ mastermind Bryan Erickson. A more experimental, fun, psychedelic, and downright weird approach to industrial techno music.

Stromkern – Dead Letters – Review

April 15, 2012

Wisconsin’s Stromkern mixes minimalist beats with hip-hop, filling the empty spaces of their Kraftwerk-style framework with fast, catchy wordplay.

Diffuzion – Winter Cities – Review

April 15, 2012

Touring across Eastern Europe since 2005, the three-piece Belarus natives eventually signed with Alfa Matrix and refined their sound into icy-cool calculations.

Lowe – Evolver – Review

April 15, 2012

The synths, guitars, and other machines working on “Breathe In Breathe Out” set the stage for a dancefloor success, but Josefsson’s vocals light the match.

Inure – The Offering – Review

April 15, 2012

“This Is The Life” was playing at that warehouse party that you walked past in the wrong part of town last night and were too afraid to go in.

Aiboforcen – Dedale – Review

April 15, 2012

Aiboforcen return with their first album in seven years. The duo is known for marrying their meticulously crafted sounds with a wide array of guest vocalists.

Acylum – Karzinom – Review

April 15, 2012

The abrasive “Your Pain v.2.0” has harrowing screams, distorted, demonic vocals, and an aggressive, unruly attitude. You’ve been warned.

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