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When the Blood Turns Black

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Inside The Box
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Throw Up Your Mind
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Come Alive
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SP-Fluid
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Technasty
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Total Tracks: 5   Total Length: 29:26

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gabellerebel63

What can I say? I'm totally, 100 percent in love with this band, and all they have done! I thought The Prodigy and Crystal Method were the bomb, but Kill Memory Crash showed me differently! Although their album Crash V8 is one of their best, this one comes in a close second. I particularly like the track Technasty, which follows all their other songs previous. I can't wait for their next album to come out. I'm a fan of this band for life!

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electrospine

FRANCISCO

great album cover and worthy electrindustrytechdance

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The problem with the current crop of bands attempting to “revive” the many flavors of ’80s electronic music is that most of these acts seem to be functioning from a point of pure nostalgia that leaves little room for the 15 years of musical innovation that followed 1988. Kill Memory Crash doesn’t suffer from such a retro-ist view, having spent much of the ’90s exploring the agnostic edge of Detroit techno as Feed the Machine. So while their new project is certainly grounded in the industrial dance sound of Front 242 and Skinny Puppy, it still utilizes a 21st century sophistication to keep things moving. The metallic vocals on “Inside the Box” are augmented with a tight electro beat while “Technasty” brutally attacks the listener with a sound that is equal parts Throbbing Gristle and hard European techno. “Throw Up Your Mind” offers a groove that could have been lifted from Vince Clarke-era Depeche Mode, but, again, with a technical precision that those ’80s pioneers could have only dreamed about. This is EBM that sounds just the way we want to remember it, without most of the embarrassing affects that most would just as soon forget. – Joshua Glazer

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