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Electric Hellfire Club | Electronomicon | review | electro | metal | Lollipop

The Electric Hellfire Club

Electronomicon (Cleopatra)
by Vinnie Apicella

The Electric Hellfire Club is one of those bands that you either love or hate. Their style is interesting yet bizarre, and wretched to wicked extremes. They mix modern technology with black metal, and to an unusual effect. Their obsession with evil and all things Hell is well-founded, if a bit laughable at times. They combine Venom-like over-dramatization, techno-beats and gloomy atmosphere, and please, a warm welcome for Black Circle Chucky bleeding the keys! Building upon last year's Witness the Millennium, Electronomicon furthers their evil intent with the likes of "Sons of the Serpent," "Hypochristian," "I Dream of Demons," and a whole plethora of underground exploits. Bask in the glory of sin with the "Whores of Babylon," one of the album's best, though we'll acknowledge this is not an album of grade-A material. In league with Satan, with designs of out-filthing Dani and co., EHF's an acquired taste that'll leave a bad one in your mouth, for sure.
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