Dec 2014 01

More Machine Than Man - Something Ventured, Nothing GainedMore Machine Than Man
Category: Industrial / Electro / Rock
Album: Something Ventured, Nothing Gained
Stars: 4
Blurb: Two new tracks and a plethora of diverse remixes from some of today’s hottest talents signal to the masses that More Machine Than Man has more than a few tricks up the sleeve.

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Dec 2014 01

Cyanotic - Worst Case Scenario Vol.1Cyanotic
Category: Coldwave / Industrial / Rock
Album: Worst Case Scenario Vol.1
Stars: 4.5
Blurb: Perhaps the band’s strongest set of music to date with poignant lyrics and an aggressively diverse range of sounds and styles, Cyanotic stands at the top of today’s underground music.

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Dec 2014 01

Cynergy 67 - Afterglow – Part 1: AnticipationCynergy 67
Category: Electro / Rock / Industrial
Album: Afterglow – Part 1: Anticipation
Stars: 4
Blurb: Ever evolving, the electrosexual trio of Cynergy 67 releases the first part of what is sure to be a dynamic sensory experience.

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Dec 2014 01

Everpresent - IntrospektEverpresent
Category: Electro-pop
Album: Introspekt
Stars: 3
Blurb: While lighter on the ethnic elements and heavier on the celestial mood and ambience, the latest album from Everpresent hits its stride early and maintains a steady pace throughout.

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Dec 2014 01

Julien-K - California Noir (Single)Julien-K
Category: Electro / Rock
Album: California Noir (Single)
Stars: 3
Blurb: Three tracks of lush and sensual grooves balancing rock & roll energy with warm, rhythmic electronics, hinting at better things to come from Julien-K.

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Dec 2014 01

Godflesh - Decline & Fall EPGodflesh
Category: Industrial / Metal
Album: Decline & Fall EP
Stars: 4
Blurb: The masters of apocalyptic industrial/metal have returned after 13 years, with this EP serving as but the first sample of what is in store.

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Dec 2014 01

Guild - Pages Torn from My Robot ManifestoGuild
Category: Electro / Rock / New Wave
Album: Pages Torn from My Robot Manifesto
Stars: 3
Blurb: The debut album from this new Texas trio demonstrates that Guild has the chops to measure up to others in the genre, full of bouncy yet gritty and overall catchy songs.

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