Army of the Universe
Category: Electro / Rock / Industrial
Album: 1999 & The Aftershow
Blurb: Staying true to the identity the band has established for itself, Army of the Universe’s third album presents a signature blend of aggressively sleazy party-friendly electro/rock, with a large hint of introspection and irony to boot.
Category: Synthpop / Industrial
Album: Trax! Rarities
Blurb: Offering a not-so-rare and often ironic glimpse into a specific time when Al Jourgensen was developing his sound and style to eventually become one of the pioneering figures in the industrial scene.
Devin Townsend Project
Category: Progressive / Metal / Experimental
Blurb: No longer just an extension of the individual, but also presenting the strength of a collective unit, the latest album from Devin Townsend Project does well to please longtime fans and entice a new audience.
Album: Everything Is Burning (Metanoia Addendum)
Blurb: This addendum to IAMX’s latest album boasts seven unreleased tracks that create a successful closure to the musical journey begun on Metanoia.
Khost [Deconstructed and Reconstructed by] Godflesh
Category: Industrial / Noise / Doom Metal
Album: Needles into the Ground
Blurb: The legendary Godflesh reconstructs fellow Birmingham act Khost’s material into a more industrialized but no less abrasive doom-laden affair that is sure to please genre fans.
Category: Experimental / Rock / Jazz
Blurb: A final full-length offering from one of the world’s most innovative and truly artistic figures… what more can be said?
Circle of Dust
Category: Industrial / Metal
Album: Machines of Our Disgrace
Blurb: The first new Circle of Dust album in 18 years, this album not only marks the return of one of the industrial/metal genre’s most underappreciated entities, but sets a new benchmark for the genre as a whole.