Tag : industrial


Trent Reznor And Atticus Ross – The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo Soundtrack

Most of our readers would immediatly link the name Trent Reznor to Nine Inch Nails, one of the most iconic names in the industrial music genre. The last couple of years NIN has been on hiatus, giving Reznor the time and space to explore other projects, including making movie soundtracks [...]


Disappears – Pre Language

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Published on: January 30, 2012

Sometimes it is a mystery how one has missed a band up to the point one is introduced to their impressive sounds as is the case with Chicago’s Disappears. The stunning Pre Language is their third album but the first time they have graced these ears and with striking results. [...]


Amebix – Sonic Mass

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Published on: January 29, 2012

Before I pressed play on the new offering from crust punk luminaries Amebix, I dug out my old (and sadly not played for many years) copy of Monolith to remind myself how they sounded ‘back in the day’. Probably a bad move, right? Listening to that gem from 1987 right [...]


Aun – Phantom Ghost

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Published on: January 22, 2012

Phantom Ghost from Canadian ambient conjurors Aun is one of those releases that for all of its impressive qualities and craft one just cannot get particularly excited about it. As the eight emotive soundscapes unveil their breadths you can list all the impressive things about the album and tracks, its [...]


Shining – Live Blackjazz

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Published on: December 30, 2011

Shining is a jazz metal band from Norway. That is an understatement. The jazz is lots of widdly, technical bits plus a saxophone; the metal is noisy guitars and a guy shrieking his head off. The studio album Blackjazz was released in 2010 to wild reviews. Now we have Live [...]

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Chris Connelly – Artificial Madness

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Published on: December 2, 2011

Ex-Ministry member Chris Connelly’s latest solo record, Artificial Madness, is a genuine disappointment. My first impression of this album stuck with me through every listen: I hate the vocals. The flat, featureless, spoken vocal performance is without any spark or emotion, and it really drains the pleasure out of Artificial [...]

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Blut Aus Nord – 777 The Desanctification

777 The Desanctification is the second part of a trilogy of albums by experimental back metal band Blut Aus Nord.  The first part of the Project, 777 Sect(S), was released in April of 2011. Blut Aus Nord, which translates to “blood from the North,” are based in the Calvados region [...]

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Blut Aus Nord – 777 Sect(s)

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Published on: October 21, 2011

When it comes to pushing the boundaries within the black metal realm few do it better than Vindsval and his chums in Blut Aus Nord. Especially The Work That Transforms God (2003) is seen as a landmark release in the experimental and avant-garde black metal field. The band’s latest musical [...]


Doctor Midnight & The Mercy Cult – I Declare: Treason

With intriguing anticipation since hearing of a union of some of the more notable industrial and metal musicians around, the debut album I Declare: Treason from Doctor Midnight & The Mercy Cult gives us the answers to numerous questions about the group. The sounds on the album firmly puts the [...]


Steven Wilson – Grace For Drowning

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Published on: September 29, 2011

Steven Wilson, what is left to say about the man? He’s one the top producers within the (progressive) rock and metal sphere and his work with Porcupine Tree is simply in a league of its own. Besides his many projects and his main band, he also embarked on a solo [...]

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