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  • Willie I can't get to the website. It says that the server isn't responding. I'll check again in the morning.
    August 24 12:39 AM
  • insomniac15 also , i never mentioned , Mannequin Planet sounds really good especially Insomniac, s*** For Brains and Confession
    April 28 05:12 AM
  • insomniac15 hey! i really love Bottoms Up and The Ultimate Nude (i find it somewhat funny). also if you like KMFDM check their new album WTF?! :D it has some great great songs.
    April 28 05:04 AM
  • insomniac15 you can listen to their last two albums, they're great :D Death Threat and Filthiest Show
    March 24 06:21 PM
  • insomniac15 hey. GBM it's a great album, really fun disco :D. i was just starting a review of it
    March 15 05:44 AM
  • BallsToTheWall Mediafire but going on blogs of a different variety will help out alot.
    December 28 12:21 PM
  • dfumagalli236 White light from the mouth of infinity is great, but it's really hard to find. They have it on amazon mp3 for 9.99, but if you want an actual copy of it, you'd have to pay like 100 dollars. I haven't really heard much else by them, but i heard children of god and holy money are really good
    November 26 11:54 PM
  • dfumagalli236 thanks man, i've been trying to get into industrial and really dark post-punk like swans and ministry and stuff, i'll check those out
    November 17 12:07 AM
  • dfumagalli236 You should rec me some industrial
    November 6 04:12 PM
  • Adash there isnt a bad swans album, you just need to find the one that appeals to you mostearly swans i love greed/holy moneywhite light is my personal favourite swans albummy father is great as a general starting point
    October 15 09:19 AM
  • Timon87 My favorite from them is Let Love In (highly recommend), but I like all of their albums, that I 've rated. Great band.
    September 17 05:56 AM
  • Rogfield I gave XTORT a 5 because it was the first KMFDM\'s album I truly fell in love with. If I were to put its nostalgia value aside,, I\'d give it a 4 - 4,5.
    September 2 07:06 PM
  • Willie I just looked into it and it's the website that's down, so there's no link to yet. I'm in contact with the guy, though.
    September 1 09:22 AM
  • Willie It's on my to-do list. Sorry.
    August 26 05:10 PM
  • KILL awesome tech thrash, the vocals may take a little getting used to but when you get used to them it ****ing rules
    August 12 02:50 PM
  • KILL rust in peace is my favourite thrash album, then comes peace sells, heathen - victims of deception and exodus - fabulous disaster
    August 10 09:29 AM
  • Willie I did put up the link. A lot of the links have changed, so I'm going to go through and them. It should be done by the end of the week.
    August 10 08:58 AM
  • BisayaBoi Thanks.. Fear Factory turned out to be pretty darn fun for me to listen to!
    July 23 11:09 PM
  • Hyperion1001 Well, ...and Oceans first two albums were symphonic black metal, albeit really ****ing amazing symphonic black metal. But their third album, A.M.G.O.D, changed to a sort of techno/electronica industrial black metal mashup that, in my opinion, can't be beat. Cypher follows in the same vein, but it quite a bit heavier and more industrial. Here's a link to one of their songs.
    July 20 12:55 AM
  • BisayaBoi Nice! Thanks for the info! I'm honestly a little more interested in getting a Ministry album or two!By the way I see you've listened to QotSA's Rated R album. I hope you try listening to QotSA's Song For the Deaf. Regarded as their best album by most. Great hard rock album in my opinion.
    July 20 12:43 AM
  • BisayaBoi I heard a little of the "Psalm" album like the song NWO.
    July 19 04:40 PM
  • BisayaBoi I've heard them. They're good but I don't know if I'll be into the "oldschool" industrial sound as much.
    July 18 01:58 AM
  • Meatplow Sounds like quite a show. Sexplosion! will be pretty hard to top for me, but i'll be looking into the rest of their discography before long.
    July 16 11:45 PM
  • Meatplow i've just heard Sexplosion!, along with the odd single like The Devil Does Drugs. pretty cool group from what i've heard
    July 14 06:55 PM
  • BisayaBoi Thanks a lot for the recommendation. Coming from you it's highly valued.
    July 14 12:36 AM
  • BisayaBoi Really the only song I have heard from Fear Factory was Zero Signal thanks to the Mortal Kombat film and that was before I was really into music let alone industrial like NIN. I've been meaning to start with Demanufacture a long time ago but it's a bit disappointing to hear what you say about Fear Factory.
    July 13 10:42 PM
  • BisayaBoi So have I. I pretty much love everything NIN. Trent Reznor's wife Mariqueen Reznor's voice is beautiful in HDA. The song Space in Between is probably the most interesting. It is the most dark and deep song in the album while Fur Lined hearkens back to NIN's dance days like Only and Disciplined. Great songs.
    July 13 10:41 PM
  • bloc Wow, your band is pretty awesome, I'm loving the dual vocals! As for TBM, it depends. With Violet, the sound is much darker and gloomier. But with Walking, it's definitely much brighter even though the lyrical and music content is identical. Both are extremely catchy with amazing female vocals though, so as long as you give both a listen, it shouldn't matter. I can easily call them one of my favourite bands, so forgive me if I hyped them up too much ;)
    July 13 08:28 PM
  • Metalstyles sorry to disappoint you, but I've actually heard nothing from them haha. There's a database thread in the forums where volunteers gathered (still do) to fill the database up with as much different bands as possible and fix the information/albums/pictures/other stuff on artist pages that are in need. I just fixed my life With The Thrill Kill Kult's page up, nothing more, nothing less. If you want to, then you can speak with Meatplow about them - he is the go-to guy for anything electronics-based
    July 13 08:24 PM
  • BisayaBoi I wouldn't say Black Light Burns is fully an industrial band. They're more of a alternative metal band, though multiple tracks in the album are fully industrial or have industrial influences. Some great tracks mixed with mediocre tracks in their first album. It may deserve a 3.5 than the initial 4 I gave it.I see you're listening to Fear Factory.. I've been meaning to listen to Demanufacture some time.
    July 13 07:53 PM
  • BisayaBoi Still is a bonus CD to the live album of And All That Could Have Been. It features mainly unreleased tracks.. all gems.To a hardcore/old-school industrial fan you may or may not like How to Destroy Angels. It sounds a lot like NIN's newer stuff if you're interested. It's free to download so it's worth a try. A hardcore critic might rate their first EP a 3.5.
    July 13 07:52 PM
  • BisayaBoi Some really great taste. Awesome variety too.BTW if you really want some more NIN I really reccomend listening to "Still". Truly a hidden gem.aMotion by APC is also worth it. Some awesome commentary by MJK and Billy on the music videos and the remixes are fantastic.
    July 10 12:51 AM
  • Willie Actually, Fear Factory and Ministry have the atypical industrial metal vocals. In real industrial metal you're more likely to hear something similar to Acumen Nation. Definitely try that other album I mentioned.
    July 2 09:48 PM
  • Willie What did you expect? If you like that one then you should try "Psycho the Rapist" next.
    July 1 06:04 PM
  • jesusjuice1179 never claimed to be
    June 23 09:58 PM
  • Willie Cool. Let me know what you think.
    June 9 05:54 PM
  • Mewcopa Agreed. I do need more ministy.
    June 8 11:57 PM
  • Willie It's a more modern version of industrial metal. It has some drum
    June 8 05:43 PM
  • Titan50 Besides the title track being one of his best songs, I can'e be arsed to sit through it
    June 4 05:03 AM
  • TrentReznor yes dis is teh mighty trent. srry been busy with teh wifey.
    June 4 04:44 AM
  • Titan50 Just ****ing epic songwriting, is all. And the concept is still awesome after all these years
    June 4 03:33 AM
  • Titan50 Merely better, they're the two 5's in my ratings
    June 3 03:43 AM
  • bloc Let me know what you think, when you get a chance.
    June 2 11:25 PM
  • bloc Oh one more, Filament 38.
    June 2 10:09 PM
  • bloc Not a problem, and I know the my recs aren't the best, sorry to get your hopes up ;)
    June 2 10:08 PM
  • bloc Hmm, I just check out Mussolini Headkick and I see you're into more industrial rock. Can't say I know too much about it (I'm more into ebm, aggrotech, synthpop, and futurepop) but I can rec you Apples of Idun, Orgy, Apoptygma Berzerk, London After Midnight, Rabbit Junk, The Shizit, Razed in Black, Snake River Conspiracy, and Zeromancer.
    June 2 09:56 PM
  • Titan50 Hmm, well I'd say it goes Heroes
    June 2 03:43 AM
  • Titan50 His stuff normally regarded as "classic" you've given low ratings compared to his newer stuff
    June 1 09:03 AM
  • Titan50 Very interesting Bowie ratings...
    June 1 05:22 AM
  • Nagrarok The Dio list wasn't ranked; it was chronological. Also, I didn't include Dehumanizer because it's not very noteworthy next to H
    May 25 05:38 AM
  • NeutralThunder12 love Spock's Beard. "The Light" is brilliant. Love flashy prog. Oh and yeah "On the Corner" is pretty awesome.
    May 13 06:47 PM
  • Meatplow It actually cut off the rest of what I wrote for some reason, you could always work through that as its something of a progression from first wave onwards with a lot of essential releases and some personal favourites of mine ;)
    March 16 02:24 AM
  • Meatplow ://
    March 16 02:18 AM

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