When Ménage à Quatre was launched as a taster for the upcoming full album I was delighted. Today I have the album and I can confirm it’s their best album ever! The dark side has awaken and the result is an orgy!
It doesn’t happen much lately (except for the upcoming album from Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio) that I get excited about a new album. This one is like: Wham! Bam! Thank you! Right into the my heart! A cool mix of old and new and a band filled with talented people! No fillers, only hits and that...
The Dutch female fronted band, Nemesea, famous for combining rock with electronica to stir up a dark and strangely addictive brew - have fine-tuned this musical combination to perfection on their fifth album White Flag. The guitars and Sanne Mieloos outstanding vocals continue to be the driving f...
Apoptygma Berzerk have been very active in the last years, and in 2016 we saw the instrumental album Exit Popularity Contest hit the market (reviewed it), and together with remixes for Machinista, Peter Heppner and Page, APOP have also been playing concerts and festivals every year.
Hocico is a legendary band from Mexico, now living in Germany. They influenced many bands and launched their own style of industrial/aggrotech with harsh vocals and enraged lyrics.
Life is a dark orgy, brought on a neofolk and ritualistic feel. This is in short the description of this Swedish band! I have seen them a lot of times on stage, mostly joined by Nicolas Van Meirhaeghe and now I review their music for my first time (next to their excellent gigs, off course).
Kezdown is Didier Czepczyk (you might know him from TheBreath of Life), Matthieu Rousselet and Gaston Hollands. The album is a dark, retro-minded with synth’s and cool guitars, simple and effective piece of art!
Satsuki comes from Japan, started in a V-Kei band, went solo and explored a bit his possibilities. Soon You'll be able to see him on stage!
Cold Pills is going to be the next record, but as a warm up we get this excellent EP (was originally just meant as a single, but things got bigger and larger). We welcome it! And yes: the title track comes from The excellent Lucifer series and is indeed a cover.