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  1. Machines of Our Disgrace
    by Circle of Dust
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    Neurachem Neurachem
    Me: "Circle of Dust is back? My ears are deceiving me."
    Klayton: "What you hear is real. What's done is done and what I've done is right."
    This album was always going to have a hard time living up to the previous albums I've been listening to for 20+ years but after a few spins I can say that MoOD is a worthy addition to the CoD catalog. MoOD brings CoD's sound into the present (future really) while still maintaining that old CoD flavor.
  2. Disengage (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition]
    by Circle of Dust
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    Hate Opened Wide Hate Opened Wide
    While this is my least favorite CoD album (not a knock as the prev albums are among my top Industrial albums), there is still a lot I like here. A departure in some ways, Disengage focuses on the electronic (incl. ambient soundscapes) over the metal as you find Klayton moving more towards his future Celldweller sound. Thus, Disengage will likely appeal to Celldweller fans more so than the others. This is also one of the rare instances where I prefer the remix/alt versions over the originals.
  3. Metamorphosis (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition]
    by Circle of Dust
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    Daraq Daraq
    I bought this on cassette at a live show back in the day and never really knew it's story. So I appreciate the description clearing up some confusion. Heldweller, Nihilistic Void and Daraq are all excellent original CoD tracks that live up to his previous work. The remixes are all very good as well, especially Descend. But Black Veil may be the most interesting. I mean, how do you incorporate acoustic guitar into Industrial? Well, Klayton figured it out. A must own for fans of Industrial Metal.
  4. Brainchild (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition]
    by Circle of Dust
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    Pale Reflection Pale Reflection
    An incredible album. Heavier than the s/t album. The dense layers of sound provide a different experience with each listen. Great use of Movie/TV samples throughout. Pale Reflection's use of 'Blade Runner' samples may be my favorite. The album's themes of corporate greed, media manipulation, moral erosion and senseless violence are as relevant today as they were in the 90s, if not more so. I find myself listening to this as much as I did back in the day. Truly an Industrial Metal masterpiece.
  5. Circle of Dust (Remastered) [Deluxe Edition]
    by Circle of Dust
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    Nightfall Nightfall
    CoD was my introduction to Industrial (it's where I got my handle). Made two Industrial classics. I like Brainchild a little more. This album is not too far behind though. A perfect blend of techno beats, Industrial percussion, movie samples and heavy guitar with a mix of clean/metal/manipulated vocals. The "Dust" tracks are a pleasant surprise and a nice bonus. Instrumental Industrial soundscapes and old school EBM goodness.
  6. Hypnos / Flame
    by CHELSEA WOLFE
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    Flame Flame
    Abyss B-sides. Hypnos is a gorgeous acoustic ballad with minimal keys, eventually joined by a droning bass. Flame is another dreamy acoustic track with a bleak surrounding atmosphere that slowly builds into unsettling chaos as Chelsea's voice rises and reverberates against the maelstrom, at last vanquishing it into nothingness. Both fit in nicely with Abyss' dream-state theme. Chelsea never disappoints. Favorite Lyric: AND YOUR FLAME IT STAYS INSIDE MY HEAD
    IT MAKES EVERYTHING ELSE SO DIM
  7. Abyss
    by CHELSEA WOLFE
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    Survive Survive
    Another multi-genre BEAST of an album from Chelsea Wolfe. Abyss brings back the Doom element from her early albums and melds it with the more Pop leanings of Pain is Beauty. There is even a bit of an Industrial feel at times, especially on Carrion Flowers and the end of Survive. Much like PiB, there are no weak tracks. And while not a PiB clone, if you like that album you should have no problem falling head-first into the Abyss.
  8. Hiss Spun
    by CHELSEA WOLFE
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    16 Psyche 16 Psyche
  9. Lïan
    by Rïcïnn
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    Uma Uma
    Both out of time and of its time, this album is a goldmine rich with nuggets that creep across aeons and geographical boundaries. These are not simply songs, they are powerful incantations that demand the attention of the gods.
  10. The Illusion and The Twin
    by Aythis
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    The other The other
    Glad I stumbled upon this darkwave/ethereal wave/dark ambient gem. A kindred spirit of Lycia (esp on Dissolve Me), with a feeling of melancholy and isolation throughout. There are a lot of amazing tracks here, but 'The Other' with its haunting piano, mournful strings, enchanting layered vocals and cinematic feel, and 'Without A Name' with its eerie seance/tribal vibe really stand out to me. After only a few spins I can easily say this will be one of my favorite albums of 2016.
  11. A Day In The Stark Corner
    by Lycia
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    Sorrow Is Her Name Sorrow Is Her Name
  12. Cold
    by Lycia
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    Drifting Drifting
  13. Ionia
    by Lycia
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    Desert Desert
    deep in these headphones, I hear this album
    it creeps to me, it begs for me
    I can not go, not this again
    I'm much too weak...I'm conquered
    and then I feel myself decline in the grip of Ionia
    and then I see myself resign to the lust for Ionia
    oh Ionia I swear, that you always will haunt me

    Love this album. Thanks for the remaster Mike & Martin.
  14. Estrella
    by Lycia
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    Tainted Tainted
    Lycia was the first band that got me into the "Darkgaze" sound when I picked up a cracked copy of The Burning Circle and Then Dust from a used CD bin in the late 90s. Most tracks skipped but I was intrigued enough to pick up the rest of their discog. Estrella, Cold and Ionia quickly became some of my favorite albums. This is a remaster by Martin Bowes (of Attrition).
  15. A Line That Connects
    by Lycia
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    A Ghost Ascends A Ghost Ascends
  16. UNCOMFORTABLE SKIN
    by ALL YOUR SISTERS
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    Remains Remains
    I pre-ordered this based on the strength of the first single, Open Wide. While that is an amazing track, it did not prepare me for the overall greatness of this album. Elements of Goth, Darkwave, Post-Punk, Industrial and JAMC feedback laden guitar wails meld into a harrowing and hypnotic descent into a dark abyss. Less buried vocals and better production make for a giant leap forward from Modern Failures, which was a solid debut album in its own right.
    "Welcome to my hell, come and see"
  17. Pressure Mine
    by Author & Punisher
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    Enter This Enter This
  18. MELK EN HONING
    by Author & Punisher
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    The Barge The Barge
    The machines awake and meet their maker. An epic battle commences. Will the maker be able to tame his creations or will the machines take control of the maker? This is an aural apocalypse on a level only Godflesh can match.
  19. Eyes of Stanley Pain
    by Download
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    Suni C Suni C
    The best Download album imo. Glassblower hits hard, Sidewinder melts your mind and Suni C is one of the best opening tracks ever: You hear distant voices, speaking only to you... special words for safe ears,
    telling you secrets, that only you can understand, that only you can comprehend... your imagination has been given the freedom
    to do whatever you want to do
    and nobody will tell you to stop,
    to cease, or to go away...
  20. Download - Sidewinder
    by Download
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    Sidewinder Snake Sidewinder Snake
    The companion piece to The Eyes of Stanley Pain, including some remixes. Sidewinder Snake is the standout to me. It's as if they overlaid Sidewinder with an Enigma track.
  21. Know How To Carry A Whip
    by Corrections House
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    Crossing My One Good Finger Crossing My One Good Finger
    An Industrial supergroup of sorts, in the vein of RevCo. A bit heavier though as these guys are mostly from metal backgrounds. Crossing My One Good Finger and White Man's Gonna Lose are some of the best Industrial metal tracks I've heard in recent memory.
  22. End Position
    by Street Sects
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    In Defense of Resentment In Defense of Resentment
    Industrial Noisecore freak-outs. A spasmolytic full on auditory assault. Not a weak track to be found. Very impressive debut. My only complaint is that it's too short but then again you can always put it on repeat and you're all good.
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  23. Want
    by Wreck and Reference
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    Apologies Apologies
    Is it metal without guitars? Industrial? Noise? Doom? Screamo? All of these? None of these? Sure, there are traces of the familiar but overall Wreck and Reference are unlike anything I've heard before. Truly a unique sound.
  24. No Content
    by Wreck and Reference
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    Absurdities & Echoes Absurdities & Echoes
    An Inter-Galactic Metal band fronted by Emo Rylo Ken.

    In all seriousness though, this is good shit.
  25. Indifferent Rivers Romance End
    by Wreck and Reference
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    Powders Powders
    This album finds W&R honing their songcraft and bringing a slightly 'warmer' darkwave aesthetic to their generally more abrasive industrial noise sound. Want certainly touched on it, but IRRE has more of a balance in terms of the loud/quiet dynamic. The lulls are longer leading the heavier parts to hit that much harder when they come. Unwant may be their biggest departure in sound to date (but still great) whereas the end of Manifestos is the heaviest they've ever sounded.
  26. Blue Moon Blood
    by Statiqbloom
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    Despair Are Shadows Despair Are Shadows
    An insanely good dark electro-industrial album with an abundance of hard gritty beats, vocal hooks and sonic ear candy. Fade has also incorporated spoken word samples which really add to the sinister atmosphere.
  27. Talons Teeth EP
    by Statiqbloom
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    Talons Teeth (Twist The Knife) Talons Teeth (Twist The Knife)
  28. Mask Visions Poison
    by Statiqbloom
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    Behind Glass Behind Glass
    Solo project of Fade Kainer, who joined Tombs on their latest release. Very solid hard and heavy electro-industrial noise. Hope to hear more from this project in the future.
  29. Adulterate (remixes, alt versions & live)
    by Statiqbloom
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    Behind Glass - Sanford Parker remix Behind Glass - Sanford Parker remix
  30. Statiqbloom / Zex Model split
    by Statiqbloom
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    Behind Glass _ Second Pane Behind Glass _ Second Pane
  31. All The Way Down
    by Dead When I Found Her
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    Threadbare Threadbare
  32. The Bottom
    by Dead When I Found Her
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    You Know What You Are You Know What You Are
  33. Eyes On Backwards
    by Dead When I Found Her
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    Midlife Eclipse Midlife Eclipse
    Best DWIFH release to date. This is the closest he has come to replicating the old Skinny Puppy sound so far. But also The Pines recalls Doubting Thomas and Serus Mundi and Braille have some FLA vibes. With great old school sounds throughout and layers upon layers of headphone ear candy, Eyes On Backwards is easily one of the best Industrial albums of the year.
    Brap on!
  34. 3TEETH
    by 3TEETH
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    Dust Dust
    Industrial has seen a resurgence of late. This is a great example of the new guard, along with Youth Code, Corrections House and Cardinal Noire. 3TEETH is an update on the Front 242, Ministry, KMFDM, Wax Trax! era sound.
  35. <shutdown.exe>
    by 3TEETH
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    Divine Weapon Divine Weapon
    I love that we are getting so many great Industrial albums in different styles these days. 3TEETH practice the Industrial Metal discipline and with <shutdown​.​exe> they have graduated to black belt status. Thunderous beats and heavy guitar coalesce into a punishing and throbbing assault on the mind. Plug into this divine weapon of aural destruction and prepare to be shutdown.
  36. Lost At Sea (Chelsea Wolfe Remix)
    by Youth Code
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    Youth Code, Chelsea Wolfe & Deafheaven? Hell yeah! This is a slightly stripped down version that slows and dampens the drums with one line voiced by George Clarke and added atmosphere and vocal embellishments from Ms Wolfe. I didn't know Chelsea did remixes but if this is the result I hope to hear more in the future. Also, eagerly awaiting a full collaborative album now.
  37. Commitment to Complications
    by Youth Code
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    The Dust of Fallen Rome The Dust of Fallen Rome
    Youth Code really stepped up their game after touring with Skinny Puppy and FLA. Rhys Fulber himself helped produce this amazing album.
  38. A Place to Stand
    by Youth Code
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    For I Am Cursed For I Am Cursed
  39. Youth Code
    by Youth Code
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    "Destroy" said, She "Destroy" said, She
    industrial samples and beats ... brings back memories of my favorite industrial bands like skinny puppy, front line assembly and circle of dust
  40. Keep Falling Apart 7"
    by Youth Code
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    Keep Falling Apart Keep Falling Apart
    so much old school industrial goodness ...
  41. Ouroboros
    by Manufactura
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    Ouroboros Ouroboros
  42. Recoiled (CSR193CD)
    by Coil / Nine Inch Nails
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    Closer (Unrecalled) Closer (Unrecalled)
  43. Backwards (CSR203CD)
    by Coil
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    Heaven's Blade Heaven's Blade
  44. Circuitry 2
    by Front Line Assembly
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    Circuitry (Alien Mix) Circuitry (Alien Mix)
  45. Realism (SG 1778)
    by Rhys Fulber
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    Effigy Effigy
    A legend of the industrial and experimental electronic scenes, Fulber has contributed to some of my favorite acts such as FLA, early Delerium, Noise Unit and his recent work with Youth Code. This new solo outing finds Rhys continuing to push the envelope ever forward.