Circle of Dust Brainchild
3.7 Release Date: 1994
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4.0 excellentProbably the last mimsy | December 18th 12

Release your haterDEVIATE

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2.5 averageAlex Beebe | November 18th 12

Brainchild sees Circle of Dust ditching the perfect balance between industrial's
heaviness and Christian rock's melodies for a much more thrash metal-inspired sound. This is
music that channels Slayer influences, but not much else other than that. This is simply
mediocre thrash metal music; it's one dimensional and is really only concerned with that one
genre alone, - it's hardly industrial music either with a significant lack of electronic
elements - and with very poor production quality that's vastly inferior to the production on
the band's debut album before it, Brainchild makes Circle of Dust sound like a
second-rate Ministry ripoff more than a band that proudly takes after Nine Inch Nails and
Skinny Puppy. Circle of Dust have definitely opted for going much more heavier here, but in
doing so they've abandoned the Christian/industrial blend that made them such a unique and
special group in both the Christian and industrial rock music scenes.

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3.5 greatAndy | May 18th 13
4.0 excellentRyuujin | May 1st 13
4.0 excellentSpesh | January 27th 13
4.5 superbscotto170 | November 5th 12
3.5 greatTrey Spencer STAFF | May 13th 11
4.0 excellentMagnus Altkula STAFF | April 6th 11
4.0 excellentJasonKaotic | October 24th 10
4.0 excellentRainbowButtMonkey | May 18th 10
2.5 averageDLNation | September 24th 09
4.0 excellentAbsolutDunkelheit666 | June 5th 09

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