Being the age that I am, I went through a phase where I had a strong interest in industrial music. Knowing that Ian Mackaye was involved with this only made me want to hear it more. And Al Jourgenson too (don't laugh, I'm from Chicago and still have an attachment to Ministry)? Well, I have to say that normal collaborations of two bands I love normally leave a pretty shitty taste in my mouth. Not so here. I doubt punks or industrial kids liked this much, but I still give this a spin. I think this sounds a little more heavy on the Mackaye (in that, at times it sound very Fugazi-ish), but I've got no problem with that. Nor should you.
Essaie Pas – New Path (2018)
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