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Old 03-31-2009, 12:34 AM   #61
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Kraftwerk 1 and Trans-Europe Express are some of the most important shit that had ever happened in electronic yo.

The album Ralf and Florian did as Organisation was also pretty elite.
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I saw a few posts talking about how redundant and uninteresting this genre is, but I think a lot of that has to do with what most metal fans are aware of. They're aware of Ministry, Nine Inch Nails and Godflesh. The first two are hardly even industrial anymore and Godflesh is highly redundant. A few people have heard KMFDM (probably due to "A Drug Against War"), but they're very inconsistent. There are good bands out there that manage to avoid redundancy. Acumen Nation, 16 Volt, old-Clay People, Cyanotic, Argyle Park, Skinny Puppy...
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oh my god Foetus is brilliant. Hole is one of the most twisted albums I've ever heard.
Make sure you listen to Nail as well, I always feel it something of a companion album to Hole in terms of era. Then, I suggest you work your way up from his early work to today because (with the personal exception of his latest album though that is arguable) in some ways he just keeps getting better and better. You'll see what I mean.

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by the way meaty if you could send me that Navicon Torture Technologies that would be awesome, I can't find it anywhere
sure i'll upload it when I get some time next week, been so busy. if you could hook me up with some decent grind albums as well that'd be great

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http://www.myspace.com/empusa

http://www.myspace.com/blackswaninsurgency

its EBM industrial done right, i love the vocalist. (same vocalist for both projects.) the first is typical cybergoth style EBM, second is a sort of strange anarchist/punk EBM vibe. really interesting break from the a-typical "blood and gore" theme.
Excellent, thanks. I'll be fully investigating EBM in the coming weeks.

Also, damn. Listened to this earlier, it's very good.



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I saw a few posts talking about how redundant and uninteresting this genre is, but I think a lot of that has to do with what most metal fans are aware of. They're aware of Ministry, Nine Inch Nails and Godflesh. The first two are hardly even industrial anymore and Godflesh is highly redundant. A few people have heard KMFDM (probably due to "A Drug Against War"), but they're very inconsistent. There are good bands out there that manage to avoid redundancy. Acumen Nation, 16 Volt, old-Clay People, Cyanotic, Argyle Park, Skinny Puppy...
aye, I was hoping you would post in here at some point.
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thaw isn't as weird, really Godflesh influenced

actually now that I think about it Godflesh probably took influence from Foetus I think they came later
Really? I can't sense much of a connection at all. Most of Thaw is jumbled up genres focused into some kind of noisy mutant pop music, the lyrics a parody of pure misanthropy which to me is hilarious and disturbing at the same time. Thirlwell had a huge influence over the industrial scene, esp. as a producer.

Also came across a free album earlier, BooT-SectoR-ViruZ - BOOTY no BAKA. Industrial/Breakcore. Not bad.

http://www.breakcorezecke.de/BooT-SectoR-ViruZ_-_BOOTY_no_BAKA.rar

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sure i'll upload it when I get some time next week, been so busy. if you could hook me up with some decent grind albums as well that'd be great
Just some all around good albums as an introduction to the genre? What grind do you like?
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Really? I can't sense much of a connection at all. Most of Thaw is jumbled up genres focused into some kind of noisy mutant pop music, the lyrics a parody of pure misanthropy which to me is hilarious and disturbing at the same time. Thirlwell had a huge influence over the industrial scene, esp. as a producer.
idk it just reminded me of godflesh at first listen
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I saw a few posts talking about how redundant and uninteresting this genre is, but I think a lot of that has to do with what most metal fans are aware of. They're aware of Ministry, Nine Inch Nails and Godflesh. The first two are hardly even industrial anymore and Godflesh is highly redundant. A few people have heard KMFDM (probably due to "A Drug Against War"), but they're very inconsistent. There are good bands out there that manage to avoid redundancy. Acumen Nation, 16 Volt, old-Clay People, Cyanotic, Argyle Park, Skinny Puppy...
A big yes to Acumen Nation and Skinny Puppy. Cyanotic is decent, whats
"16 volt" like? I agree on that this genre is misunderstood by a lot of metal fans and because of that they are not willing to give any industrial a shot. Thats a loss since like you said, there is a sufficient amount of good industrial out there that needs to be noticed.
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Just some all around good albums as an introduction to the genre? What grind do you like?
yep. you linked me to a youtube video once in the melodeath thread when I said lykathea aflame was a grind band, I forgot what it was but it sounded good probably a bigger oversight then comparing Foetus to Godflesh idk

http://www.myspace.com/noirmagnetik

also this reminds me a lot of Aaron's music
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Listened to this before, ****ing great.
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Which Godflesh album should I get first? And who do they sound like?
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I've heard Streetcleaner described as doom metal with drum machines before, it sounds a valid description to me. Other albums I have heard follow a similar tempo, but they vary it up a bit and I would personally describe them as similar to Isis somehow. Try Streetcleaner and Pure, I say.
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Get Us and Them and Streetcleaner first.
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Old 04-03-2009, 12:45 AM   #76
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a few new albums i've gotten

Whitehouse -Erector
Brighter Death Now - Innerwar, Necrose Evangelicum
Combative Alignment - A Broken Union, Everlasting Sun
Con-dom - Scorched Earth Policy
Contagious Orgasm - Dessert Addicts Will Return To This
SKM-ETR - The Rugged Meat Cleaver
Steel Hook Prostheses - Atrocitizer
Triarii - Imperivm

Brighter Death Now is really good, Obsessis is a really tight listen
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Aight I got Godflesh - Us and Them. On the second track now, so far so good.
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Is this the Industrial thread or the Neo-Military Pop thread?
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well as far as I can tell without having listened to them they are classified as martial industrial, which brings to mind something similar to laibach. the genre seems to flirt with pop a fair bit, based off what I have heard at least. the camp totalitarian image of Laibach is hilarious, esp. in the modern day -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zSRcFxZVAA

Excellent documentary on the group I hear, i've downloaded it but never watched. They have an interesting history nonetheless -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAvtlvswkgw&feature=PlayList&p=64AD6D43071 FFFA7&index=0&playnext=1

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Aight I got Godflesh - Us and Them. On the second track now, so far so good.
I'll have to check that one out. Can't stop listening to Messiah, i'm hooked.
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i was joking, some people actually classify them as 'neo military pop' with a straight face
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well ridiculous tagging makes the world go round

http://www.last.fm/tag/true neo-satanic pop

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* pederastcore
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* ****
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awwwww yeah
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Skinny Puppy - Rabies = not bad
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Anybody ever listen to Einstürzende Neubauten?
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yeah, been listening Halber Mensch a lot the last week. it's great. I have Strategies Against Architecture and Tabula Rasa as well

np: Laibach - Opus Dei

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YE_j0xIsJA

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Yeah I just listened to Halber Mensch and I really liked it, I will check out the others



Omg that video made me LOL hard!

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Tabula Rasa is popular, I haven't given it much of a chance though. And if you liked that video this is obligatory -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbB1s7TZUQk

I've said it twenty times i'll say it again, there is nothing more epic then caribou on the mountain.
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hahaha that was awesome
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Old 04-12-2009, 09:14 PM   #88
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Anybody ever listen to Einstürzende Neubauten?
I donwloaded an album by them a week or two ago, haven't listened to it yet.

I'm getting into this sketchy industrial grindcore band The Locust right now, it's not bad at all.
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