"Lust Murder Box will soon be able to add their name to that impressive list and influence a whole new generation of industrialites."
"In the midst of a popular music culture heavily engulfed in Pop Punk and Retro Rock, Lust Murder Box offers a different style and feel of music for today's listener. With a heavy industrial feel, this band has managed to form a smooth and powerful self-titled disc that will have you begging for more"
"In some places it has the pop appeal of anything off Manson's 'Golden Age...' album but all the street credit of vintage Skinny Puppy."
"Modern rock with an electro edge"
"Dead Can Dance swapping bat-wing potion recipes with Skinny Puppy"
In the wake of famed underground sensation Terminal 46's implosion; founding members Nox Mountebank and Erik Gustafson merged yet again to form LUST MURDER bOX. While staying true to the electronica-fueled formula of T-46's industrial crunch, the duo branched out into unexplored areas with more melodic ventures and a newly formed band.
LUST MURDER bOX has drawn comparisons to Ministry, Garbage, Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch nails in sound and style. Influenced by many genres, Lust Murder Box feels that attempting to be one kind of band or another is limiting. This makes them unique in a world of cookie-cutter bands that rely on formulas to create music.
LUST MURDER bOX have debuted a self-titled release and the buzz surrounding the group continues to escalate to a dull roar. With an eye on touring both coasts, the band's inertia continues with new songs and more recordings in the near future.