Oct 2015 24

Starving Insect - The Great NothingStarving Insect
Category: Dark Ambient / Industrial / Noise
Album: The Great Nothing
Stars: 2.5
Blurb: Monolithic structures of morbid sound design and thunderous percussion yield some satisfying moments marred by excessive length.

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Oct 2015 24

Mind.in.a.Box - MemoriesMind.in.a.Box
Category: Futurepop
Album: Memories
Stars: 4
Blurb: The story of Mr. White and the agency deepens in this continuation of the Dreamweb saga.

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Oct 2015 24

[debut] - Postcards from Berlin[debut]
Category: Synthpop / Goth
Album: Postcards from Berlin
Stars: 4
Blurb: An impressively gloomy release that’s wraps you in a cocoon of melancholy.

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Oct 2015 24

Celldweller - Transmissions Vol. 01Celldweller
Categroy: IDM / Ambient / Drone
Album: Transmissions (Vol. 01 & Vol. 02)
Stars: 3.5
Blurb: Transporting the listener through the immeasurable gulfs of infinite space, Celldweller offers a different atmospheric take on his cosmic musical outlook.

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Oct 2015 24

Concrete Lung - Tolerance & DependencyConcrete Lung
Category: Industrial / Metal
Album: Tolerance & Dependency
Stars: 3
Blurb: With the electronics taking on a less prominent role than on the band’s past releases, Concrete Lung’s latest outing treads ever closer to more organic and doom-laden metal territories.

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Oct 2015 24

Flood Damage - Instructions for the Assembly of God(s)Flood Damage
Category: Industrial / Rock
Album: Instructions for the Assembly of God(s)
Stars: 3.5
Blurb: Sex, politics, TV, all part of a glorious display of perversion and debauchery, a machine/rock album that aims right for the jugular and doesn’t let go.

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Oct 2015 23

Masquerade, Atlanta, GA – 10/13/2015
 
Genitorturers - Fall Tour 2015

 

“Ooh, you should wait until she gets her hooks into her dog/pig gimp slave – so badass!”

 

Uh, excuse me; what now? It’s difficult not to pay attention when one receives a text like this before a show. In retrospect, this seemed to be one of me milder visual elements to be viewed this event. But before I get too ahead of myself, it might be appropriate to offer a little word of warning: If you are reading this article hoping for someone with an advanced knowledge of the entire Genitorturers discography, you may want to look elsewhere; short of listening to “Lecher Bitch” on repeat while in a virtual goth club while playing Vampire, The Masquerade: Bloodlines, along with perhaps a few other singles, this writer has almost zero knowledge of this band. I’ve heard plenty of stories, but finally, I was able to experience things for myself – at a music venue called Masquerade, no less… it all comes back around, doesn’t it? [..]

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