Download – Furnace – Review

December 1, 1995

Furnace is sinister, menacing, and not afraid to grab your neck and hurl you through a window of perception in hopes that you’ll cut your line of sight.

Birmingham 6 – Policestate – Review

October 1, 1995

4 remixes of “Policestate,” 2 covers of KMFDM’s “Godlike,” and a marching anthem “Birmingham 6.” The remixes vary from electro/industrial to frantic techno.

Ron Geesin – Land of Mist – Review

July 1, 1995

19 tracks of sonic landscaping, too short to assume the dubious “ambient” label, yet so inwardly oriented and self-contained, “songs” doesn’t work either.

Tyranny Off the Beat – Review

June 1, 1995

Compared to the rash of guitar-driven industrial infesting the scene, the ten bands on Tyranny tend to take a more synthesized approach.

Gothik – Review

June 1, 1995

Taking Gothic sub-genres from 1983-1985, Cleopatra has put them in a two hour, two disc set. There’s enough for everyone; don’t be greedy around that vein…

Die Krupps – Rings of Steel – Review

June 1, 1995

Maybe Die Krupps’ vision is still pertinent in 1995 because some of the tracks have the magic. Most don’t ,and should have been admired as stepping stones.

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