Aug 2016 22

S T F U - What We WantS T F U
Category: Electro / Alternative
Album: What We Want
Stars: 4
Blurb: Bloody Knives’ Presley Maddox and the renowned Dean Garcia team up to create an album full of their respective musical hallmarks, full of lush atmospheres, enticing bass rolls, and infectious trip-hop beats.

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Aug 2016 22

Red Lokust - The Repercussions of Shedding Your SkinRed Lokust
Category: Electro/EBM
Album: The Repercussions of Shedding Your Skin
Stars: 3
Blurb: An auspicious debut album from the duo of Jim Semonik and Lee Lauer, showcasing a throwback style of harsh trance-infused electro/EBM.

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Aug 2016 22

Technophobia - Flicker OutTechnophobia
Category: Electro / Industrial / EBM
Album: Flicker Out
Stars: 4
Blurb: Striking vocal harmonies and catchy song structures make this DC band’s debut album a bright mark in a genre sometimes too obsessed with the darkness.

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Aug 2016 22

Ghostfeeder - World FamelessGhostfeeder
Category: Industrial / Electro / Rock
Album: World Fameless
Stars: 4
Blurb: Relying on straightforward pop structures to enhance the band’s already strong sense of melodic songwriting and danceable electro/rock, Ghostfeeder presents what might be the band’s finest work yet.

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Aug 2016 22

The Browning - IsolationThe Browning
Category: Metal / Electronic / Industrial
Album: Isolation
Stars: 5
Blurb: In a word, this album is heavy – heavy on the volume, heavy on the aggression, heavy on the lyrical subject matter, heavy on the electronics, heavy on the precision… and may be, as a result, among the best in its genre.

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Aug 2016 22

NOIR - The Burning Bridge EPNOIR
Category: Darkwave / Electro / Goth
Album: The Burning Bridge EP
Stars: 4
Blurb: Familiar and new at the same time, this latest EP from Athan Maroulis’ NOIR proves that we have much to look forward to and be excited about.

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Aug 2016 22

Machines of Living Death - The Dos of WarMachines of Living Death
Category: Metal / Industrial / Drum & Bass
Album: The Dos of War
Stars: 4
Blurb: As confrontational, provocative, and offensive as ever, the cybernetic fury of this Baltimore industrial/metal band is refined and upgraded to marvelous effect on this sophomore album.

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