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Album of the Month OCTOBER 2015

"Well written, great lyrics, impressive sound and interesting tunes", this makes IAMX's new album 'Metanoia' our album of the month here on Brutal Resonance. Patrik truly loved it in his review and this album is worthy of your time.

Shout out to the German Old School EBM band Serpants and the Dark Ambient compilation The Earthen Siphon released by Kalpamantra.
September 2015

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