Industrial Music Reviews
"Great music" cannot be defined. I love electronica
music, however, the guy next door could hate it. I hate
rap music, but the guy next door may love it. These
reviews are meant to help a person decide wheather or
not they would like a particular group or CD. For
instance, someone could be a fan of industrial music,
and not techno music. This is the page of "industrial" reviews.
This includes EBM (electro body music), digital hardcore,
and any other sub-class that would be considered "industrial".
If you're looking for techno reviews then go to
my techno page for techno music reviews.
The bands listed below are in alphabetical order. To
skip directly to a band, just click on the letter of the
first letter of the band's name. Or you can use the
teleportation button to move directly to the band
review of your choice. I have completed the reviews of
every band in the teleportation button. I will give a
general summary of the band's music and if you click on
the band name, it will take you to a page where every
album of thiers that I own is indepthly reviewed. Any
band with a (*) by it is a Christian band.
INDUSTRIAL ALBUM OF THE
Ratings are 1-10.
1 - 4.9 is really bad.
5 - 7.9 is OK, not too bad, not too great.
8 - 10 is super-keen!
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Compilations and Various Artists
Aleixa* - Danceable Christian
industrial band that utilizes female vocals.
Apoptygma Berzerk - Some of
the BEST EBM music you'll ever hear. This is definitely
one of my most recommended industrial bands.
Circle of Dust* - One of the pioneers of
Christian music. It's also one of the best industrial
bands for Christian music, even though Christianity is
not discussed much in the lyrics.
C-TEC - Combine the classic sound of
Front 242 and mix in some Cubanate for some great music.
Die Krupps - Popular industrial
band of the 80's that has recently moved away from its
Front Line Assembly
God Lives Underwater
Klank* - Some of the heaviest Christian
metal you'll ever hear. Plus, electronics by Klay Scott
of Circle of Dust.
Leather Strip - Militant-style
Nine Inch Nails
Noxious Emotion - Great sounding
Razed in Black
Sister Machine Gun -
Two - A Judas Priest side project
with Trent Reznore of Nine Inch Nails producing.
Waiting for God
X Marks the Pedwalk
Blackest Album (Tribute to Metallica) -
Doom and Gloom: Visions of the Apocalypse
Electro Shock Therapy*
Industrial F*cking Strength
Industrial Mix Machine
Metropolis Sampler 1999
Mortal Kombat Soundtrack
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation Soundtrack
Virgin Voices (Tribute to Madonna)
Now, all I have left to do is make a page, general
description, and indepth reviews for all these CDs and