12 Rounds – My Big Hero – Review

November 1, 1998

They’re on Reznor’s Nothing label. But so’s Manson. The singer has a snotty, sneering voice, like The Divinyls, or maybe Wendy O. Williams with a head cold.

Lycia – Estrella – Review

November 1, 1998

Ladies and gentlemen, brace yourselves… Lycia has finally broken the 60 bpm barrier. One of their songs is actually… midtempo.

Dust to Dust – Review

November 1, 1998

Like all Projekt albums, like all Steve Roach albums (this time with Roger King), Dust To Dust is slow, moody, and has a lot of space in it.

Fetish Magazine – #1 – Review

September 1, 1998

The images are clean, clear, and although there’s an abundance of silicone, they’re kinky enough to warrant a high rating on anyone’s perv-o meter.

Sex Comics – Column

April 1, 1998

Some people prefer comics to just about anything, and this includes graphic sex. There are people who care and do it well, and others who don’t have the touch.

Dive – Snakedressed – Review

April 1, 1998

Some of these electro-industrial tracks from Belgian-born Dirk Ivens and Ivan Iusco are easily accessible to the listener, and therefore, boring.

Attrition – Étude – Review

September 1, 1997

This album sound human, as if they were in a sitting room, with a few spectators, creating a music that is both dark and haunting as well as organic and fresh.

Lycia – at the Rat – Review

July 1, 1997

Vast waves of eerie sound. It was minor, moody, and slow, rather sensual. I began to daydream vividly, picturing a forest, two lovers, a cold spring morning.

Industrial Nation – #14 – Review

June 1, 1997

Arguably the definitive industrial ‘zine, Industrial Nation can fill you in on any questions you may have about all things dark and electric.

Liquor Lecture – Absinthe – Column

May 1, 1997

Wormwood is a toxin, but the amount in Absinthe is negligible. You’d be blind drunk before getting close to the amount of Wormwood needed to do any damage.

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