At nearly forty minutes of purposeful chaos spread across six tracks, Wode present a barrier of riffs, blasts, and growls, the breaching of which presents an exceptional payoff.
Intentionally or not, the bands expose the ugly collective psyche of humanity, then spit on it with all the bile they can muster.
My hope is that more modern industrial will once again find the harrowing, ominous soul of the genre, as these two projects clearly have.
Through a kaleidoscopic filter of electronic doom and mayhem, he explores the dark side of life.
This release has real riffs, played well, and yet retains that rugged feeling through production choices.
Aerosol Jesus is a sludge band, but one which recognizes the genres roots in hardcore punk and wears them proudly.
The track starts out with belligerence, as Void’s bellows hit the listener square in the chest, and then devolves and evolves into a racing, grinding, destructive cacophony of purpose.
Mirrors by Pupil Slicer is a highly enjoyable and unbelievably powerful collection of twelve tracks that demand and deserve attention.
it becomes clear as the album progresses that we are confronted with an increasingly elevated level of diversion, dynamism, and ferocity.
What you should take from that is that this album is exceptional, gripping, dark, and powerful.