Sensual and frightening voices combined with an violent and disorienting musicality like the sharpest blade, together with conceptual words that depict a whole day. It could be disturbing to average people who don't like No Wave and Industrial Rock, but to me it embodies the absolute brilliance that Dogsbody exudes when in the capable hands of Model/Actriz.
Since there is a whole story contained within the songs, I love concept albums and try to ... read more
( THX @pengtings for reminding me of this here, what a crazy experience, honestly I think it's my only long music experience that I've ever wanted to listen to again right after it ended! 😼)
I really missed hearing something a little heavy, but not like EARFUCKING, which is heavy in the right amounts and has dense bass, sludge metal-inspired guitar riffs, and light industrial tendencies that are most apparent in the track "The Fall." It's a really good album, and I really liked the singer's vocal prowess for the style and his overall aggression as well as the very distinctive instrumental ease ... read more
I think this is the least tiring experience I've ever had with music, 68 minutes that are not interrupted, flow like a strong current and move the tracks in a very effective way with the experimentalism used and with very significant marks in each song that the distinction of genres is as clear as "She Lives," ... read more