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Black Hole Generator - A Requiem For Terra (Dark Essence)

Black Hole Generator – A Requiem For Terra (Dark Essence)

As I write this it looks as though the ‘American people’ have elected a president. After staring in abject disbelief at their ‘choice’ the black, stripped, hopeless sound of the title and title track here are an appropriate soundscape to slash open your soul to... Read More
N.K.V.D. – Totalitarian Industrial Oppression (Krucyator Productions)

N.K.V.D. – Totalitarian Industrial Oppression (Krucyator Productions)

Just looking at the title line this all sounds somewhat scary doesn’t it? Well it should do too, as anyone naming themselves after The Russian People’s Commissariat for Internal Affairs is not someone you would want knocking at your door and you would probably be.. Read More
Crowhurst – II (Broken Limbs)

Crowhurst – II (Broken Limbs)

To me, the name Crowhurst has the aura of a sinister-sounding public school. In fact this band from Los Angeles specialise in experimental black industrial noise. Their lead member has been likened to a 70’s Miles Davis, which as an observation was lost on me,.. Read More
3rd Machine - Quantified Self (Into The Limelight)

3rd Machine – Quantified Self (Into The Limelight)

Dutch quintet 3rd Machine hail from Haarlem and bring some serious groove metal with heaviness being the main focus of their sound. Gaining good reviews in their homeland and surrounding European nations, their debut “Quantified Self” which features a guest vocal appearance from Mark Jansen.. Read More
ONO - Reconstruction and Synthesis (The House Of What You See)

ONO – Reconstruction and Synthesis (The House Of What You See)

The only Slovakian music I knew about until now was by Abbey ov Thelema, and that’s extreme. If this monster from ONO, the band of a gentleman who operates under the name of Twisted, is anything to go by, this isn’t a country which caters.. Read More
Haiku Funeral – Hallucinations (Aesthetic Death)

Haiku Funeral – Hallucinations (Aesthetic Death)

Last firing a shot across our bows back in 2012 when they delivered their ‘Nightmare Painting’ French / Bulgarian act Haiku Funeral really did strange things with my head. I described said album as “one for dreamers who are keen to explore uncharted territories within.. Read More
Autokrator – S/T + The Obedience To Authority (Third Eye Temple /Godz Ov War)

Autokrator – S/T + The Obedience To Authority (Third Eye Temple /Godz Ov War)

This rather nasty French act have only been around since 2014 and in that time have released 2 albums in quick succession. Both of them turned up for perusal here and I can’t say the experience has been particularly pleasant. Don’t take that the wrong.. Read More
Arkhe – A (S/R)

Arkhe – A (S/R)

Arkhe main man András Nagy has produced some decent black metal with his main band Sear Bliss. So it was intriguing to see how that might translate into another project which promised to be drawn up from a blank sheet. Where the ‘infinite freedom’ that.. Read More
Surgical Meth Machine:  S/T (Nuclear Blast)

Surgical Meth Machine: S/T (Nuclear Blast)

Back in late December 2012, long time partner in crime of Al Jourgensen Mike Scaccia sadly passed away and this was what would be the second tolling of the death bell for Ministry after their initial disbanding back in 2009. Not wanting to create new.. Read More
Mortiis- The Great Deceiver (Omnipresence)

Mortiis- The Great Deceiver (Omnipresence)

Old pointy nose is back! Mortiis and friends return after a 5 year hiatus and he has even released a statement that the goblin mask is coming out of mothballs.  Good because this glorious electro industrial pop metal record deserves a heavy dose of prosthetics.. Read More
Plutonium –Born Again Misanthrope (S/R)

Plutonium –Born Again Misanthrope (S/R)

One man Black Metal projects can be a worrying thing. No band members to say “Hang on a minute is that not a bit self indulgent” or “The Nazis were actually a bit shit”. On the other hand a lack of hangers on gives more.. Read More
Spektr – The Art To Disappear (Agonia)

Spektr – The Art To Disappear (Agonia)

…First review of 2016, and what better way to blast away the festering cobwebs of several weeks of enforced joy, than with 40 minutes of searing ambient/industrial black metal, courtesy of two mysterious blokes from France. ‘The Art To Disappear’ is the fourth full-length instalment.. Read More