May 2017 13

Betty Moon - ChromeBetty Moon
Category: Electro-pop / Alternative Rock
Album: Chrome
Stars: 4
Blurb: Betty Moon’s eighth studio album possesses a unique blend of pleasing electro-pop with a dark edge that departs from her harder rock sound of yore.

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May 2017 13

Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard - Supersonic Rock’N RollZombie Motors Wrecking Yard
Category: Desert/Stoner Rock
Album: Supersonic Rock’N Roll
Stars: 4
Blurb: Zombie Motors Wrecking Yard kicks it into overdrive with a gritty brand of Aussie outback desert rock on this debut album.

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May 2017 13

KLANK - RISEKLANK
Category: Industrial / Metal
Album: RISE
Stars: 4
Blurb: Everything that fans have come to know and love about KLANK, but cranked up to the max as the band’s latest offering may be its hardest and loudest effort yet.

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May 2017 13

Cold Therapy - Figures and FacesCold Therapy
Category: Electro / Industrial
Album: Figures and Faces
Stars: 3.5
Blurb: Cold Therapy’s third full-length album takes darkness to a new level through downright eerie melodies and haunting sounds.

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May 2017 13

The Sweetest Condition - We Defy OblivionThe Sweetest Condition
Category: Electro / Rock
Album: We Defy Oblivion
Stars: 3.5
Blurb: As danceable as the band’s debut, The Sweetest Condition ups the ante on this sophomore outing, with heavier electronics, rockier guitars, and more venomous lyrics to make for a leaner, meaner helping of electro/rock.

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May 2017 13

Out Out - Swan/Dive?Out Out
Category: Electronic / Industrial
Album: Swan/Dive?
Stars 2.5
Blurb: The latest release from Out Out is shrouded in symphonic elements creating an ethereal background mixed with dark aggrotech, bridging the gap between electronica and industrial dance.

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May 2017 13

Lord of the Lost - EmpyreanLord of the Lost
Category: Industrial / Goth / Metal
Album: Empyrean
Stars: 4.5
Blurb: An apocalyptic sci-fi concept album that bridges together elements of classical, industrial, goth/rock, and even prog into a cohesive package that may signal an era of much deserved wider recognition for Lord of the Lost.

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