The Pain Machinery - Total Recall EP
EBM, Industrial Ow, ow, ow, ow! There are few albums that are just an un-bridled mess and this one is just that. It really needs to be under the category ?Total Recall? and be put back in the shop for a complete re-tooling. The artist whom has made this questionable content induces to the audio spectrum is in the name itself. The Pain Machine. Key word here is being "pain". The titles of the songs promise to promote music that would have one thrashing about in a fury with kick stomps and head bangs but really it's like an epileptic seizure fit.

Everything is out of place, and the media samples are put in the wrong synths left and right. If this EP, pray to whatever your god or goddess or sneaker and ask that you never hear a full album from these folks. The sounds are akin to a teeny bopper factory compressed and thrown into a vat of acid than hung out in the sun for a few months, only to be distributed as something industrial. I can't believe that this would even be promoted when knowing full well it doesn't even sound like anything that would scare the pants off a parent, let alone a mouse! I give this hunk of waste a solid 1.
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The Pain Machinery - Total Recall EP

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"Kill it with fire"
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Electroracle
Released 2009 by Advoxya Records
Ow, ow, ow, ow! There are few albums that are just an un-bridled mess and this one is just that. It really needs to be under the category ?Total Recall? and be put back in the shop for a complete re-tooling. The artist whom has made this questionable content induces to the audio spectrum is in the name itself. The Pain Machine. Key word here is being "pain". The titles of the songs promise to promote music that would have one thrashing about in a fury with kick stomps and head bangs but really it's like an epileptic seizure fit.

Everything is out of place, and the media samples are put in the wrong synths left and right. If this EP, pray to whatever your god or goddess or sneaker and ask that you never hear a full album from these folks. The sounds are akin to a teeny bopper factory compressed and thrown into a vat of acid than hung out in the sun for a few months, only to be distributed as something industrial. I can't believe that this would even be promoted when knowing full well it doesn't even sound like anything that would scare the pants off a parent, let alone a mouse! I give this hunk of waste a solid 1.
Feb 10 2010

Jeff Ozburn

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Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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