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posted a review of MFG - The Prophecy. over 3 years ago
Having studied every detail of the the original phonokol release of this album over the last decade or so, I am probably more than a little biased in my reaction to this, but I honestly just don't find it to be as rewarding.

Aside from the more obvious ... See full review
posted a comment on BJNilsen. over 3 years ago
What is the general consensus among those acquainted with his works as to the 'best album to start with'?
posted a comment on Intoxication (2) - Braindamage. over 3 years ago
This is some of the best old school electro industrial ever made. Real pity these guys couldn't have had this properly recorded in a studio or something.
posted a comment on yelworC - Brainstorming. over 3 years ago
Does anyone know where the cover image originates?
It looks to be a still-shot from a film.
posted a comment on Bill Laswell & Terre Thaemlitz - Web. over 4 years ago
me too
posted a comment on Summoning - Oath Bound. over 4 years ago
I was thinking the same thing about the next track Might and Glory!
added Beherit - Electric Doom Synthesis to their collection. over 5 years ago
posted a review of Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk And The Electronic Revolution. over 8 years ago
This is an interesting look at how Kraftwerk formed, the scene they originated from and how they evolved throughout the years. I find it explained the historical perspective well but didn't look closely enough at the latter part of their career as it ... See full review
posted a comment on Mentallo & The Fixer - Revelations 23. over 8 years ago
On this album they accomplished the ultimate method of free flowing industrial by further developing the use of a semi-ambient framework which appeared on their first album, only much more dynamic and heavier in terms of programing and arrangements. The ... See full review
posted a comment on Front Line Assembly - Caustic Grip. over 8 years ago
Actually I would say this is their magnum opus as every FLA album that came before it was a build up to what they achieved here and TNI, although also excellent is somewhat of a derailment from their original path and lends too heavily to techno/dance ... See full review
posted a comment on Front Line Assembly - Caustic Grip. over 8 years ago
Caustic Grip creates the perfect vision of a cold, dark industrial reality. The album builds a brilliant momentum through songs that favour a razor-sharp mechanical beat structure interspersed with staccato bass/synth lines and strings occasionally ... See full review