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  • COMBICHRIST - This is Where Death Begins (Review)

    Release Date: June 3, 2016 Led by frontman/mastermind Andy LaPlegua, Combichrist has been storming the dance and industrial chart since 2003. This is Where Death Begins continues to build their reputation as one of the best Aggrotech (Editor’s Note-We...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/317-combichrist-this-is-where-death-begins-review
  • CIRCLE OF DUST - Machines of Our Disgrace (Review)

    of Dust Machines of Our Disgrace FiXT Release Date: December 9, 2016 www.CircleOfDust.com Klayton’s resurrection of Industrial pioneers Circle of Dust has easily been the most interesting part of 2016 for me musically. Revisiting the band’s catalog, as...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/388-circle-of-dust-machines-of-our-disgrace-review
  • CONTROLLED BLEEDING - Larva Lumps and Baby Bumps (Review)

    commands respect. With a near literal ton of releases, the band are probably best known to the masses as a pioneering industrial band, although they have never stuck exclusively to that style. In addition to a series of reissues, the band is also...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/360-controlled-bleeding-larva-lumps-and-baby-bumps-review
  • DIE KRUPPS - Live Im Schatten Der Ringe (Review)

    received the kind of mainstream success they deserve here in the US. Since their formation in 1980 the band has defined industrial and post-industrial music, influencing more than one generation of successful bands who have built on the Die Krupps...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/318-die-krupps-live-im-schatten-der-ringe-review
  • MGT - Volumes (Review)

    Grace” features Wayne Hussey of The Mission, and sounds like a Nine Inch Nails track on the more accessible end of the industrial giants’ musical spectrum. “Black Heart” treads into industrial territory as well, and is highlighted by Erica Nockalls’...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/323-mgt-volumes-review
  • KILLING JOKE - Pylon (Review)

    Joke Pylon Spinefarm Records www.spinefarmrecords.com Release Date: October 23, 2015 Killing Joke are the godfathers of industrial music, and a huge influence on nearly all genres of heavy music. The dense aggression of their sound has inspired bands...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/91-killing-joke-pylon-review
  • CREMATORY - Monument (Review)

    a Death Metal band, over the years they have evolved into innovators in the Goth Metal scene and have even dabbled in the Industrial world. Monument is their first album since the departure of clean vocalist/guitarist (of 17 years!) Matthias Hechler who...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/307-crematory-monument-review
  • BILLION DOLLAR BABIES - Chemical God (Review)

    are quite a few electronic touches throughout the album that help make the songs memorable as well, even bordering on industrial at times. I’m pretty shocked (and a bit disappointed in myself) that I haven’t even heard this band’s name before. You see...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/230-billion-dollar-babies-chemical-god-review
  • FEAR FACTORY - Genexus (Review)

    from their heyday, Genexus is all about what you crave. Reviewed by Mark 1340 This text will be replaced #FearFactory #Industrial #NuclearBlast #Mark1340

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/27-fear-factory-genexus-review

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