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  1. volt9k

    Volt 9000, “Deformer”

    August 11, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Cory Gorksi channels Volt 9000′s off-kilter energy into a new and vital form on their new LP.


  2. SOL

    Seeming, “SOL: A Self-Banishment Ritual”

    August 4, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (5)

    The sophomore album from Alex Reed’s Seeming is a vast forested continent of sounds and ideas.


  3. suicide commando

    Suicide Commando, “Forest of the Impaled”

    July 25, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (3)

    The new album from Johan Van Roy lacks drive and energy, despite having moments of promise.


  4. eye steal

    Eye Steal, “Burning Out”

    July 19, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    Toronto’s Eye Steal cram a lot of drama and grit into their debut for Negative Gain Productions.


  5. the tear garden

    The Tear Garden, “The Brown Acid Caveat”

    July 11, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The collaboration between Cevin Key and Edward Ka-Spel remains mysterious and varied more than 30 years into its existence.


  6. klutae

    Klutæ, “Black Pirahna”

    July 7, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Claus Larsen’s raw EBM project returns as an outlet for his fiery impulses as a songwriter and producer.


  7. veil of light

    Veil of Light, “Front Teeth”

    June 21, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (1)

    Veil of Light go harder, louder and grittier on their third LP.


  8. TSTI

    TSTI, “Endings”

    June 13, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    Homage and emotion coincide on the sophomore album from TSTI.


  9. Coldkill - Distance By Design

    Coldkill, “Distance By Design”

    June 7, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    The debut from Coldkill sells itself on its moody synthpop charm but has plenty more going on under the hood.


  10. cubanate

    Cubanate, “Brutalism”

    May 17, 2017  |  Album Reviews  |  Comments (0)

    A remastered compilation of songs from Cubanate’s first three LPs is a testament to their lasting impact.