Holoscenic (2015) Conjure One – Holoscenic Rhys Fulber drifted from industrial-electronic Front Line Assembly to forge his way into his own solo work under Conjure One. Since his self titled debut in 2002, Fulber has carved an interestingly signature on his music by integrating his talent for sonic atmospheres greatly displayed in Front Line Assembly […]Read more "Conjure One releases Holoscenic"
Kurt Cobain Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings Montage Of Heck is, quite obviously, more suitable for the devoted and hardcore Nirvana fans that still crave more after Kurt Cobain’s untimely death in 1994. I don’t think I could be un-biased in this review even if I forced my past to disappear, which is (so […]Read more "Kurt Cobain – Montage of Heck"
New Order – Music Complete (Released September 25th, 2015) I owe it to this review to separate one relative fact immediately. This album not including iconic bassist, Peter Hook, is taken from an objective standpoint. Hook’s bass style is unique, highly respected, and let’s just say you can tell a difference in this album. However, […]Read more "New Order – Music Complete (2015)"
Artist: Echoes of Creation Album: Evolve Release: July 27th, 2013 Echoes of Creation: Seth Herron – Vocals Jacob Burton – Guitars Chris Daugherty – Guitars Devin Humphries – Guitars Tim McPherson – Bass Austin Cooley – Drums Echoes of Creation arises from Jasper, Alabama. To my knowledge, many may not think of Alabama as a […]Read more "Echoes of Creation – Evolve (2013)"
Björk is certainly an artist, singer, or even her personal self in general that, those who know her often love or become annoyed quickly. However, usually those who are doing something different and have a highly unique style in whatever industry they may be in, tend to be abrasive to at least some people. Granted, […]Read more "Album Review: Björk – Volta"
Depeche Mode Delta Machine (2013) Mute Records/Columbia In 2013, Depeche Mode released their thirteenth studio album over the space of thirty-three years. Produced by Ben Hillier, Delta Machine flags some return of an older DM sound. Surely, the presence of (frequent teammate/producer) Flood sneaking around them working on the mixing for the album. Flood, of […]Read more "Depeche Mode “Delta Machine”"