Siva Six – Superstition – Review

August 19, 2013

The Greek Gothers nailed it with 2011’s The Twin Moons, and this 15-track Superstition EP continues the distorted whispers, frantic beats, and industrial chaos.

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.”

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.

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.

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