AZRAEL TRIGGER - Season To Sever REVIEW October 2007

Season to Sever Reviewed by ReGen Magazine
"With this first release, Season to Sever, Yoo has brought together half a dozen other artists to produce a solid effort that flies in the face of the old adage, "You get what you pay for." The album opens with the very infectious and energetic "Choke," which features harsh beats and hooks reminiscent of Front Line Assembly's work on Hard Wired, and is expertly topped with a healthy dose of aggressive vocals." Read the full review at ReGen Magazine

AZRAEL TRIGGER July 2007

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PRIMORDIAL MUSIC - INTERVIEW June 2007

Matt Collins and Gus Yoo interviewed by Music-Discovery: Germany
"Our goals are to distribute and promote our music, and the web offers a democratized, low cost way to do it. Manufacturing little plastic discs has nothing to do with our goals, we want to get this music out there, get it into people´s ears in the easiest way possible." Read the full interview at Music-Discovery

HAZMAT - 4 Point Remixes REVIEW June 2007

4 Point Remixes Reviewed by ReGen Magazine
"While Hazmat's originals are predominantly driven by the crunchy growl of power-chords, many of the remixes stray from that, and if not completely mix out the guitar parts then seriously rework them. As well, some of the changes reflect a move away from the rock element towards a more electronic sound." Read the full review at ReGen Magazine

HAZMAT May 2007

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HAZMAT - 4 Point Perspective REVIEW May 2007

4 Point Perspective Reviewed by ReGen Magazine
"Hazmat's debut album, 4 Point Perspective is comprised primary of crunchy power-chord-driven industrial rock that, at times, is on the verge of sounding metal. Along with the guitar, most songs have live sounding drums, distorted vocals, grooving bass hooks, and are infused with retro-industrial sensibilities." Read the full review at ReGen Magazine

EYE KANDY March 2007

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EARTHWORM - REVIEW December 2006

THE INFERNAL DEVICE Reviewed by Music-Discovery: Germany "8 out of 10"
(Translated from German) "With Earthworm, you are taken somewhere dark. In addition to the programmed industrial sounds, there is a bit of ambient noise as well. The basic tone of the album lies with deep, very heavy bass sounds, which offer a solid underground for the electronic sounds. In addition to the melodic, but very dark sounds, Earthworm overlays the loops in a cohesive way with numerous effects and samples. When listening to the album, I was at first disappointed to not hear vocals (aside from a few spoken word samples) but vocals here are not required. It creates a disturbing feeling, having the instrumental tracks so strongly in the foreground, it is obvious that the with the vocals missing is the only way that this album could work correctly. The songs, as already mentioned, have a dark and also mystical touch. This is exactly the thing for those who like their music on the somewhat darker side. This is a somewhat unusual album, but very interesting. The album is a free download from the Primordial Music website." - PGB, Music-Discovery

SYMBIOTIC - REVIEW November 2006

DIVIDE Reviewed by Music-Discovery: Germany "9 out of 10"
(Translated from German) "Here is something that is completely unusual from the industrial electro scene: a full length album which is a free download on the internet. The entire album can be downloaded from the label website, unedited and in full sound quality. Included on this album are remastered songs from the officially out of print EP "Subtraction," and of course new songs including remixes by Life Cried, Terrorfakt and Hazmat. But on to the album and the music itself: this album by Symbiotic offers pure industrial with proper electro beats, and also some guitar. On the album, one can hear influences brought together: harsh EBM and trip hop, all appropriately formulated. Above all the songs vary in such a way from power and pressure, which is also supported by good production. The tracks are relatively typically for this range, however they are united by imaginativeness and an alternate approach. Above all they are beautifully aggressive and full of power, keeping the tracks from becoming monotonous. The album is reminiscent of some albums by Front Line Assembly. Overall, a mad album, with some guitar work that will please metal fans as well." - PGB, Music-Discovery

HAZMAT July 2006

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HAZMAT - INTERVIEW June 2006

HAZMAT interviewed by Fabryka Industrial Rock and Brian Backlash
"I have always had a love of really aggressive, straightforward guitar, almost played the way a machine would play..." Read the full Hazmat interview at Fabryka Industrial Rock. The same interview is available from Brian Backlash's site as well.



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