Album: "The Fear And The Anguished At The End" (1995)
Label: Furnace
Style: Electro industrial
Songs: 14


Reviewed by: Darklight

This is very electronic music with distorted vocals, samples, and some slight guitar as well. The beats and rhythms found here are extremely catchy. A lot of this music would be great for the dance floor. Every song sounds unique with its own groove. The diversity found here is amazing. The vocals sound slightly gothic, and sing at different paces on each song. The best songs on the album are "Moon", "Unrated", "Machine", "Lovesong", "The Suffering", "Fingertips", "Raving Mad", and "Fatwa". I play these songs all of the time. I just can't get enough of them. But there is a complaint that I do have with the album. The recording level of the CD is extremely low. I have to turn my stereo's volume way up just to listen to this album at a normal listening level. Even at a louder listening level, the sound is very muffled. This is a shame, because these songs deserve to be heard at the best recording quality possible. But even with this flaw, the album stands out as one of the better electro industrial albums that I have heard.