Douglas J. McCarthy
Category: Electro / EBM
Album: Kill Your Friends
Blurb: Easily ranking as one of the best albums of his career, Douglas J. McCarthy goes solo in fine form with a record that is addictive, danceable, edgy, and enjoyably poppy.
Category: Industrial / Terror EBM
Album: Igor EP
Blurb: An embodiment of all your worst fears created by menacing drums, haunting and aural pads, harsh vocals, and dark, fear inducing synths.
Blurb: Fun, danceable synths combine with syrupy but well executed pop vocals to create a compelling project that will turn off some and enthrall others.
Category: Industrial / Noise
Album: Nightmares and Noizescapes Vol. 1 & 2
Blurb: Despite criminally short running lengths, this act’s debut demos provide an addicting take on an established style.
Category: EBM/Harsh Electro
Album: The Suicide Sessions Vol. 2
Blurb: Before moving into the future, Belgian EBM masters Suicide Commando look to past conquests with this second collection in The Suicide Sessions.