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.

Covenant – Skyshaper – Review

November 10, 2006

Highly anticipated as the successor to Northern Light. While not produced by Rammstein producer Jacob Hellner, it shows a return to the roots of their sound.

Regenerator – Disease – Review

November 3, 2006

The songs range between 120-140 BPM, the music is grittier than the previous releases, and a more vibrant blend of electronica, trance, and melody is offered.

KMFDM – Ruck Zuck – Review

November 3, 2006

These songs have been dismantled and rebuilt by various members of KMFDM, and even the Dwarves partake in the track demolishing.

KMFDM – Hau Ruck – Review

November 3, 2006

It’s mostly a rapid, guitar-drenched onslaught until “Real Thing,” which gives you the seductive and sultry side of Lucia, as opposed to the barks and growls.

PIG – Pigmata – Review

June 9, 2006

Raymond Watts of KMFDM glory creates another industrial rock-laden opus, which spits raw energy from the get-go.

Funker Vogt – Navigator – Review

May 26, 2006

As usual, the music is formulaic, but with every album, you’re never let down. The vocals continue to evolve into a cleaner sound, and the production is superb.

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