This is definitely a step up from their last two albums which in my opinion were bland and
had little to no replay value, Death of Romance being the worse offender. I like this new
release nearly as much as Clone Your Lover and I don't feel I'm listening to a rehashed
record, which is always a bonus. Somewhat of a comeback album, although I wouldn't call it
Bye-Bye Borderline could perhaps be Zeromancer's most complete and mature album to date. While I was a bit turned off by the title of the album, strangely enough the title track is by far my favourite thing on this. Personally, I've always felt as though industrial rock sounded best when performed with a serious attitude and mature content, thus making Bye-Bye Borderline Zeromancer's best album.