4.0

Samael – Hegemony

Swiss Industrial Black-Metallers SAMAEL return with their long-awaited new album and a reinvigorated line-up consisting of ex-Sybreed musicians Makro (Guitars) & Drop (Bass). Typically, Samael seem to ha...
3.0

Cyanotic – Tech Noir

Al Jourgensen, of Ministry, has been noted to say that his best work happened to occur when a Bush was President. I believe Mr. Jourgensen’s estimation is accurate as I have noticed this too. Both Presidents Bu...

Ministry Sign to Nuclear Blast Records

Ground-breaking industrial metal pioneers, Ministry, have signed a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band recently wrapped up recording their new album ‘AmeriKKKant’, which is tentatively scheduled...
4.0

Cubanate – Brutalism

‘Brutalism’ is a brand-new compilation album by the British band Cubanate. It covers the years 1992 to 1996 and features 14 songs from their first three albums, including remastered versions of singles such as ...
4.4

The Birthday Massacre – Under Your Spell

It has been considered as one of The Birthday Massacre’s most commercially accessible of all their albums to date.  Early reflections are that the band are certainly continuing their exploration of the Dark Ret...
5.0

3TEETH – Shutdown.exe

3Teeth have teased songs from this album for over a year, the wait is finally over and I am not disappointed. The LA industrialist have forged an album that not only boasts musical influences from Ministry, NIN...
4.9

Dawn Of Ashes – Daemonolatry Gnosis

After being blown away by Dawn Of Ashes' 2016 album ‘Theophany’, which earned itself a Loud-Stuff review rating of 4.8 (read it here), there was a sense of unknowing in terms of being able to top that release. ...