Label: SQE Music - SQE 145-S • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: USA, Canada & UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Post-Punk, New Wave
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From boisterous, static-laced opener “Help In The Head” to propulsive aggressor “Evil Voices” to ambient and layered closer “Damage Control,” the album explores different variations of The Faint as a live rock band. Their history as an innovative dance act lingers, years of obsession with crafting a new style for the dance floor seeping into each song, but here and now, the band wanted to make songs that capture .
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For Doom Abuse, the former trend-setters have returned with a goth-y electro-rock record, the follow-up to 's Fasciination '"Doom Abuse is pure synth-pop mania, frequently teetering between unadulterated Trent Reznor pop brilliance ('Unseen Hand', 'Lesson From The Darkness') and impressions of Skrillex driving a monster truck through a Savages gig in a video arcade ('Animal Needs', 'Dress Code'). .
· Doom Abuse, as Fink noted, is meant to be cathartic, perhaps even a Trojan Horse back into relevance, much as many ‘90s alt bands have recently reunited now that their sound is popular again. With darkwave artists finding their way to the mainstream, now may be the perfect time for The Faint to get back on their boards and surf the blank wave, and Doom Abuse offers some gnarly breakers/5(2).
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