Chemlab - Oxidizer
Coldwave, Industrial Rock Chemlab is an American industrial and electro-band, although I think it sound more like Marilyn Manson without his characteristic drums and annoying singing. That means a huge improvement. I think the music sounds like electro rock with aggressive or controversial lyrics. But still it's nice music to listen to.

The strength in Chemlab's music is the way the different instruments, guitars and digital sounds mostly, work together. It makes a groovy sound that is just perfectly rioting. I think this music will be able to charm some listeners if people realize that this band is great. Songs like "Binary Nation" and "Atomic Automatic" makes this record very listenable. I hope we will see this band more in the future.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Chemlab - Oxidizer

Chemlab is an American industrial and electro-band, although I think it sound more like Marilyn Manson without his characteristic drums and annoying singing. That means a huge improvement. I think the music sounds like electro rock with aggressive or controversial lyrics. But still it's nice music to listen to.

The strength in Chemlab's music is the way the different instruments, guitars and digital sounds mostly, work together. It makes a groovy sound that is just perfectly rioting. I think this music will be able to charm some listeners if people realize that this band is great. Songs like "Binary Nation" and "Atomic Automatic" makes this record very listenable. I hope we will see this band more in the future.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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