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      Reviews of albums, EPs, and related artefacts from within the industrial | noise | post-punk | doom | drone | goth | synth | gaze | black metal underground.

      Son Of Seth De Dor a Odio album cover

      Death Industrial Ritualism – Son Of Seth, De Dor a Odio ALBUM REVIEW

      Doom laden death industrial ritualism from the dark icy depths of the nordic states.
      Album cover of Human Free Eden, a collaborative album between Kenny Sanderson of Like Weeds and Eric Wood of Bastard Noise.

      “Pushing noise forward” – LIKE WEEDS x BASTARD NOISE Human Free Eden Album Review

      A union with many decades of experience, LIKE WEEDS and BASTARD NOISE come together for this latest split release, Human Free Eden for Orb Tapes.
      Album cover of the death metal and doom metal Dusk (Pakistan) 2022 album, Imaginary Dead

      DUSK (Pakistan) – Imaginary Dead – Album Review

      From the chaos and contradictions of Pakistan’s financial and criminal epicentre of Karachi comes one of the East’s proudest testaments to extreme music, Dusk, presenting their latest album, The Imaginary Dead.
      Tone Generator & The Body Without Organs Normalisation Of Response

      Tone Generator (SPK) – Normalisation Of Response Review

      A review of Normalisation Of Response by Tone Generator (formerly of SPK) & The Body Without Organs.
      Uchuraccay by peruvian noise artist, Sajjra.

      Sajjra Uchuraccay Review

      Review of Uchuraccay by Peruvian experimental sound and noise artist, Sajjra.
      Nostrom album cover

      NOSTROM -2437333 Review

      A look at the glitchy release from Nostrom, a side project to Worgor.
      Bura Bura The New Flesh album

      ALBUM REVIEW – BURA BURA – The New Flesh

      Review of Bura Bura's Cronenberg inspired synth mess, The New Flesh.
      SPK Information Overload Unit

      SPK – INFORMATION OVERLOAD UNIT – Classic Album Review

      A look back at the seminal SPK album, Information Overload Unit, from 1981.