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Hatesex – Unwant

Posted in Death Rock, Gothic, Industrial by newmusicexcess on April 9, 2010

Hatesex - Unwant

This is an old album, from 2005, which I picked up on this morning after discovering that members of Celtic Frost contributed to, particularly on the cover of Slayer’s excellent Black Magic.

Track listing:

  1. The Crown of Inhuman
  2. Hatesex (Reborn)
  3. Subculture Queen
  4. The Clockwork Heart
  5. Stepdaughter of the Vainglory Empire
  6. Blue Zygote
  7. The Greed of Our Stare
  8. Black Magic
  9. Spiritual Palsy
  10. Unwant
  11. The Vapor Chariot

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  • Gothic
  • Industrial
  • Death Rock


Similar artists:

  • Human Disease
  • Bloody Dead and Sexy
  • Tragic Black
  • Murder at the Registry
  • Astrovamps
  • Voodoo Church
  • Scarlet’s Remains
  • New Days Delay
  • Madre Del Vizio
  • Hysteric Helen


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Throbbing Gristle – Persuasion (Live)

Posted in Avant-garde, Dark Ambient, Experimental, Industrial, Noise, Performance Art by newmusicexcess on April 1, 2010

I was having a look on YouTube this morning and found this video posting, and I thought, “my good friend Chris might like this”. So, this one is for you, Chris.


I then fed the band through one of my ‘patent pending’ listening suggestion procedures and, voila.

So, here is the list I ended up with. It seems that some of the choices are the slightly more accessible releases by the bands in question, but some are not.

  • Throbbing Gristle – 20 Jazz Funk Greats
  • Psychic TV – Force The Hand Of Chance
  • SPK – Machine Age Voodoo
  • Coil – Love’s Secret Domain
  • Monte Cazazza – Power vs. Wisdom
  • Nurse With Wound – Chance Meeting
  • NON – Pagan Musak
  • Whitehouse – Erector
  • Cabaret Voltaire – Red Mecca
  • Test Dept. – Beating the Retreat

Noticing that Coil had made the list I could not help but track down their chilling rendition/video of Tainted Love.

And don’t forget SPK’s metal-bashing performance of Metal Dance on The Tube.

I suppose it’s time to Force The Hand Of Chance with another Message From Thee Temple.

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