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Halo in Reverse

by Halo in Reverse

Electronic industrial rock, along the lines of Stabbing Westward, Nine Inch Nails, and God Lives Underwater.
Genre: Rock: Industrial Rock
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1. Somethings Gone Terribly Wrong
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2. Pop Icon Puppets
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3. Modesty's Failure
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4. Go All the Way
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5. Falling Apart
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6. Sweetest Honey
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7. Something This Real
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8. They've Taken Me Away
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9. I Machine
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10. Where Were You
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11. Whittled to An Edge
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12. You
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13. Acubens
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The official first release from Halo In Reverse. This is a one man project from Joshua Steffen out of New Jersey. Heavily influenced by old industrial and electronic music such as Throbbing Gristle, Skinny Puppy, and Depeche Mode, along with a lot of classic rock influence like Mountain, T-Rex, and Black Sabbath. You find Heavy guitars, throbbing and ripping synth lines along with huge drums. Credits include scores for independent films and various soundtracks, along with Remixes for Leaether Strip. There will be more to come from this artist.


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Tim Mottram

Very good
I first bought the demo album over 6/7 years ago (perhaps even more) and it has been on my play list since then. Although this cd is definetly the finished version now! The best way to describe HIR is to say they pick up where NIN finish off, this is not say they do not have their own style, just that there is strong NIN flavouring to it. Excellent album, really looking forward to hearing the new album which is underway, although hope it will not take as long to finish!

Lex

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Great cd, the songs really get stuck in your head and don't let go. Buy it if you're looking something different, it is highly recommended!

Robin Clarke

Very good listen!
Just a quick review. This CD was very enjoyable to listen to. I'd seen HiR on mp3.com years ago and had always wondered what happened to this artist. Now I have found the CD, I listened again and I'm glad I hadn't forgotten. In my opinion almost every track is worthy listening and the others help tie the CD together.

I can see why it is compared to NiN, and would certainly say to NiN fans to give this a try. Yet something is different; the mixing for a start (in my opinion) sounds clearer, and fuller. And the kinds of sounds and structure used are a little different, but the lyrics are definitely reminiscent. But I support judging music on its own merits instead of constantly comparing to others, so give it a go regardless.

I love this CD.

Robin Hilty

Raw yet refined
You can tell this CD is set up to rip raw emotion from the listener, however, every beat, lyric and sound is carefully crafted into a work of art. I'm very into the CD for energy, angst and action it invokes in me. It's almost tangible.