Reviews Label: Metropolis

Label: Metropolis

8 reviews found

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KFAI - Roar of the Underground
VNV Nation - Matter + Form album cover

VNV Nation

Matter + Form, 2005

6.9 / 10

In my experience there are generally three kinds of album. The first, and most commonly encountered, is the one that has little musical merit. The second, and less ubiquitous, is ...

Psyclon 9 - I.N.R.I. album cover

Psyclon 9

I.N.R.I., 2005

7.0 / 10

Look in the middle of the booklet of I.N.R.I.. Right there in the center of the middle page, staring up at you is a little caption. This little caption says, ...

Assemblage 23 - Binary album cover

Assemblage 23

Binary, 2007

6.6 / 10

As seems to be common in the electronic scene, Assemblage 23 (A23) is the product of one man - Tom Shear. According to the bands official biography, the embryo of ...

Combichrist - What the Fuck is Wrong With You People? album cover


What the Fuck is Wrong With You People?, 2007

6.9 / 10

Andy LaPlegua is a man of many talents. He's tried his hand at everything from hip-hop to metal, from industrial to hardcore, from punk to trance. After forming the now ...

Wumpscut - Body Census album cover


Body Census, 2007

5.8 / 10

Wumpscut has been called many things - aggrotech, hellektro, terror EBM and many other awful genre portmanteaus. If you are new to the band, it would be easiest to say ...

IAMX - Kiss + Swallow (Reissue) album cover


Kiss + Swallow (Reissue), 2008

7.0 / 10

When a press pack goes on and on about an artist's former band and all you can remember about them is a single that maybe cracked the Top 20 (but ...

IAMX - The Alternative (Reissue) album cover


The Alternative (Reissue), 2008

6.5 / 10

Well, he still looks like a prick in the ruff but now he’s wearing a big stripey kipper tie as well. So it goes. There’s a not-so-subtle shift for IAMX ...

Gang Of Four - What Happens Next album cover

Gang Of Four

What Happens Next, 2015

6.5 / 10

I haven’t listened to Gang of Four in a long time, and I tend to stick to the classic Entertainment!, released in 1979, when I do. That’s not to talk ...

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