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  1. Wulfband - Revolter

    Wulfband, “Revolter”

    November 24, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Maniacal energy and razor-sharp timing produce an instant EBM classic in Wulfband’s second LP.

  2. xenturion prime

    Xenturion Prime, “Humanity Plus”

    November 22, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The sophomore LP from Sweden’s Xenturion Prime explores still new galaxies of proggy, over-the-top electropop.

  3. spark!

    SPARK!, “Maskiner”

    June 1, 2016  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The first LP from SPARK!’s new line-up maintains their quirky take on neo-oldschool EBM.

  4. vanligt

    Vanligt Folk, “Jag Har Utvecklat Mig Till Både En Hun...

    June 9, 2015  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    Inscrutable Swedish wavers stay downtempo and weird on their debut full length.

  5. Kite - VI

    Kite, “VI”

    May 5, 2015  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    Kite press forward with an EP darker and stranger than anything the Swedish synthpop duo has ever attempted.

  6. Agent Side Grinder - Alkimia

    Agent Side Grinder, “Alkimia”

    March 25, 2015  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    A tight, cohesive, and vaguely sinister stunner of a record from Agent Side Grinder finds the Swedish outfit mining a new and dramatic post-punk vein.

  7. spektrum

    Spark!, “Spektrum”

    February 5, 2015  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    Sweden’s EBM/pop hybrid Spark! faces the departure of its singer by delegating to a wide range of noted guest vocalists.

  8. Wulfband

    Wulfband, self-titled

    November 18, 2014  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (4)

    Wulfband bridge German fundamentals of EBM with the quirkier sides of Swedish music of all stripes to fantastic effect.

  9. Angst_Tar_Ner_Skylten

    Angst, “Tar Ner Skylten”

    August 12, 2014  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    The latest body music flavoured project from Henrikk Bjorkk goes back further than old school and deep into the primordial roots of the genre.

  10. xenturionprimemecharising

    Xenturion Prime, “Mecha Rising”

    July 15, 2014  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (2)

    Ex-Code 64 members explore a current take on futurepop on their debut as Xenturion Prime.