New Skin – Review

April 20, 2007

So many styles of new wave: Siouxsie & The Banshees, Berlin, and more. Led by gritty guitars, with beats that could be hanging out at any retro club at 2 am.

Razed in Black – Damaged – Review

November 12, 2003

A double-CD that includes the full-length album on disc one, and re-mixes on disc two. All the tracks feature a fresh dance/trance mix of guitars and keyboards.

Slick Idiot – Dick Nity – Review

June 20, 2003

The new vessel of ex-KMFDM members En Esch and Guenter Schulz. Dick Nity displays the nearly-perfect mixing and mastering production we’ve come to expect.

Zeromancer – Eurotrash – Review

January 3, 2003

Combines members from Seigmen, Kidneythieves, and Prick. Gorgeous, dark pop anthems: A great record for home brooding as well as club floor twirling.

Phantom of the Opera – Review

January 3, 2003

For the second time, Cleopatra Records have re-released a classic, silent-era horror film, replacing the original soundtrack with a Gothic industrial mix.

Nosferatu – Review

November 8, 2002

This DVD reissue replaces the film’s unremarkable original soundtrack with a vastly improved hypnotic Gothic industrial mix.

Great White – Recover – Review

May 17, 2002

Covers. This record is all covers. Great White has always been a cover band. Their main hit, “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” was a cover, though they did it well.

Gothic Industrial Madness – Review

April 19, 2002

This three-hour, 40-song DVD video collection compiles the VHS collections Industrial Revolution 1 and 2 and Gothic Industrial Alternative Visuals.

D.R.I. – Greatest Hits – Review

February 15, 2002

Greatest Hits captures many of the classics from the first couple records (Dirty Rotten EP and Dealing With It), and probably some of the Crossover shit.

A Punk Tribute to Metallica – Review

June 4, 2001

These two tributes? They’re terrible. Really half-assed versions of songs that mattered. Everyone involved should be scolded and pelted with rotting fruit.

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