This newest EP from Blackcntr returns with a new vocalist, but still provides plenty of the same punchy industrial sounds. Worthwhile for those looking for some crunchy industrial sounds, with a little splash of different electronic flavors thrown in for good measure.
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Sinsect – Bug Life
If you’re looking for a release that provides pounding rhythms that will lead to armageddon on the dance floor, look no further than the second full length from Texas artist Sinsect, titled “Bug Life”. This disc will drive you into submission with its harsh sounds, pummeling machine rhythms, and distorted, screaming vocals.
Ruine Process: an interview with Alter Der Ruine
“Alter Der Ruine was brainspawned in 2005 as a device to get soft shoes to tap to a heavy beat. To compound this simple plan an intricate execution was employed. [ … ]
Manufactura: an interview with Karloz M.
From misplaced accusations of fascism and misogyny to nightclub altercations that generate all manner of Internet rumors, Manufactura creator Karloz M. is one of the most controversial figures in the [ … ]
Bitch Brigade – Dendrite
CD, Crunch Pod, 2010 www.myspace.com/bbrigade Bitch Brigade is the latest addition to the Crunch Pod roster consisting of band members: Agrippa and Zero. The album “Dendrite” delivers a mix of [ … ]
Mangadrive: an interview with B. Forrest
So how’s the new album, “Purge the Sky”, coming along? I’ve enjoyed the previews that you have posted thus far. After a rough start, it’s finally nearly in stone. There [ … ]
[syndika:zero] – Blindness
2CD, Crunch Pod, 2009 www.myspace.com/syndikazero ‘True Industrial Freedom’ is a term bandied about by this relatively new act on the scene to describe their contribution to industrial and harsh electro [ … ]
UberByte – Dos
CD, Crunch Pod, 2009 www.myspace.com/uberbyte As difficult as it is to take seriously anything with a name that conjures up childhood fears of orthodontics, facial prostheses and the associated lack [ … ]
Prometheus Burning – Plague Called HuMANity
CD, Crunch Pod, 2009 prometheus-burning.com From the first awed glimpse of Paul McCarroll’s surreal cover art to the initial throbbing anguished moans of “The Box”, this latest album from what [ … ]
Endif: an interview with Jason Hollis
Despite nearly 20 years of existence, only relatively recently did some recorded output by Jason Hollis’ project Endif become public, with the 2006 release of his debut album “Meta” on [ … ]