Album: self-titled (1994)
Label: Factoria
Style: Electro industrial
Songs: 14


Reviewed by: Darklight

This album reminds me a lot of T.H.D.'s "Mechanical Advantage" album. It features electronics, synths, drum beats, slight guitar, samples, and distorted vocals. The music is fairly catchy and very cyber. But there are some dark goth touches as well that you can hear in the background. This music is fairly dark and moody, but some songs are energetic and catchy enough for the dance floor. There really isn't anything new here that you haven't heard before, but it's still solid. The best aspect of the album is that there are fourteen tracks, and they are each equally as good. This album will appeal to a wide variety of electronic music fans. It's aggressive enough for Cyber-Core fans, electronic enough for electro industrial fans, and dark and moody enough for goth fans.