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Mind Flux Funeral | Teatro De Revalacion | review | industrial | metal | Lollipop

Mind Flux Funeral

Teatro De Revalacion (Bitriot)
by Scott Hefflon

Dark, violent, sensual, chilling: Everything a good aggro/rock/industrial/metal album should be. From Chicago, where this stuff was born, lives, and breathes. While I don't hang in industrial clubs (been there, seen it, couldn't snap my fingers to the sound of random explosions/gunfire and what sounded like throwing a drawer of silverware down a flight of metal stairs that didn't coordinate with the beat structure or verse/chorus/bridge structure many of us squares cling to), many of the songs here seem like the kind of dark, eerie-blue-lit dramadeadqueen hooha that'd make clubgoers spin in circles and wiggle their arms in the air like snakes intoxicated by a master snakecharmer.

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