Album: "Atonement" (1996)
Label: Fifth Column Records
Style: Cyber-Core
Songs: 8


Reviewed by: Darklight

The first song on this album "Terminate" sounds a lot like SMP with funky catchy hip-hop beats, thrashy guitars, and screaming distorted vocals. This song would make you think that you had just picked yourself up a great new aggressive Cyber-Core album. WRONG! The album falls short after this song. The rest of the songs here are slow and melodic with funky electronic rhythms and beats and whispered vocals. They sound a lot like the material found on Sister Machine Gun's "Burn" album, but aren't nearly as good.There is nothing new or creative to be found here. It's very generic and boring industrial music. There are synths, programming, samples, and drum machines making the music. The singing is quiet and dull. Some songs have slight guitar, but it's nothing to get too excited about. To top this all off, there are only eight songs. Don't even waste your time with this one.