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Killer new album from the cold wave/Industrial duo of Silvia Kastel and Ninni Morgia, here with added muscle from Massimo in an edition of only 250 copies: this is wretched repeat-keyboard Industrial overload, with ultra-grainy fidelity and modulated vocals that come over like Frankie Teardrop” re-imagined for baldy Germans in leather, with leery rock/roll keyboard riffs reduced to smears of protesting electricity while Silvia hovers above them like a catatonic oracle, predicting future apocalypse with alla the broken technological appeal of MEV circa Leave The City. Elsewhere they get into a kind of profound metallic drone zone, with Silvia hyperventilating like she’s being seduced by pure current while shots of heavy voltage pass for beats and the last gasps of amplifiers cast monochrome shadows in the background. Best side yet from Control Unit, file this one next to Thought Broadcasts'’s debut and the most spectral TG seance for a profound lesson in the reverie potential of Industrial night time. Recommended. (Dave Keenan, Volcanic Tongue)

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released November 14, 2012

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