Review: Black Nail Cabaret – Satisfaction

Review: Black Nail Cabaret – Satisfaction
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Black Nail Cabaret = Siouxsie and The Banshees + Assemblage 23 + Annie Lennox … read more

Local Review: Twilight Transmissions – Temple Of Abandonment

Local Review: Twilight Transmissions – Temple Of Abandonment
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Local musician Christopher Alvarado is on a creative binge lately and just keeps pumping out quality ambient pieces, this time alongside Jeff Duke. This is not as calming as what we are used to hearing from him, as it is a haunting release that has you envisioning the conflicts of an insane mind. … read more

Review: Psyclon Nine – Order Of The Shadow

Review: Psyclon Nine – Order Of The Shadow
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Oh, the terror! This release is full of hard, heavy, head-banging metal and aggrotech beats. I loved the gritty, grinding, nasty guitar riffs. It is disappointing that they are mixed in with  overdone, scratchy, screaming vocals that make you want to tear your skin off. … read more

Review: Dead Hand Projekt – Control

Review: Dead Hand Projekt – Control
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First of all, I was completely amazed when I found out that some of the origins of this band are from Casper, Wyo. Luckily, they ventured out of the one-horse town and came across a Southern California influence.  … read more

Review: Various Artists – Midnight Radio Compilation 29

Review: Various Artists – Midnight Radio Compilation 29
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Midnight Radio Compilation 29 = Peter Murphy + Souls Whirling Somewhere + iVardensphere … read more

Review: Kult Of Red Pyramid – Broken Mirror

Review: Kult Of Red Pyramid – Broken Mirror
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While I was listening to this enormous release, I wondered if Kult Of Red Pyramid had to schedule time away from their obligations to hear it in its entirety. … read more

Review: BlakOPz – As Nations Decay

Review: BlakOPz – As Nations Decay
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“Debris Machine” has to be my favorite track, as it has a perfect layout of how backing industrial and synth tracks can be blended. The vocals on this release confirm that a revisit to the old industrial style is taking place. … read more

Review: hERETICS iN tHE lAB – SUTURE

Review: hERETICS iN tHE lAB – SUTURE
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This is your basic cross between metal and industrial music. It is not horrible, and it’s put together well, but nothing really stands out. The typical, grinding guitar riffs and slower bass lines are reminiscent of those that we have heard over and over at the local strip club. … read more

Review: The KVB – Of Desire
Review: The Foreign Resort – New Frontiers

Review: The Foreign Resort – New Frontiers
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The Foreign Resort = The Cure + Sisters Of Mercy + The Church … read more