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AUXILIARY MAGAZINE GIVES CULT OF FAKE 9/10

Rocki Lee from Auxiliary Magazine give ‘Cult Of Fake‘ a close listen.

With each reinvention, the band has managed to stay true to their original sound yet somehow stay ahead of it’s own curve by not changing, yet evolving…I would absolutely recommend this album to anyone with earholes
- Rocki Lee, Auxiliary Magazine

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EPITOME OF EPIC NAMES CULT OF FAKE IN TOP ALBUMS OF 2016

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It’s hard to believe that Angelspit has already been going for over 10 years, but with Cult of Fake, it proves that Angelspit is stronger than ever!

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Zoog Von Rock returned to us with Cult of Fake, and what a hell of an album it is! For the sixth outing, it was promised to be a lot more of a dance album than others in the Angelspit catalogue, and it certainly delivers in that respect.

Tracks are filled with harsh stompy dance beats, with catchy hooks and strange, yet genius, progression. Yet, as dance-y as it all is, this is definitely an Angelspit album through-and-through; the trademark recognisable style shinines through, along with it’s aggressive anti-corporate vocals and lyrics. In fact, as much as it treads new ground, it has a very old-school Angelspit feel to it, very reminiscent of the earlier albums.

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CROATIAN MAGAZINE 128-BIT REVIEWS CULT OF FAKE

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Translated from Croatian.

All in all, Cult of Fake is a very good album, and is a stand out piece of work for Angelspit.

Exactly ten years after the publication of his first official album (Krankhaus, published 06.06.2006.), “New school” industrial project Angelspit released his new album entitled Cult Of Fake“. This is also their sixth studio album, not counting Nurse Grenade in 2004 that for some reason the water as EP.

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INFRARED MAGAZINE REVIEWS CULT OF FAKE

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James DePaolo from Infrared Magazine gives “Cult of Fake” 9/10

Sometimes it is just cool to know that we are not alone, get fucked up and dance around like the world bows to us. This is the soundtrack to your best days. Pick this record up.
- James DePaolo, Infrared Magazine

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VIOLANOIR.COM REVIEWS CULT OF FAKE.

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Viola from Russian Blog VIOLANOIR.COM reviews Angelspit’s CULT OF FAKE.

Cult Of Fake is definitely a modern dance album, yet is old school, concise, and stingy on emotion, with a dash of all-out rage.  The album is the essence of Angelspit – undiluted, fretting and knocks the unprepared listener off their legs.

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DARK MUSIC WORLD REVIEWS CULT OF FAKE

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Claudia Mecklenburg from Dark Music World webzine reviews Angelspit’s CULT OF FAKE.

Angelspit’s “Cult Of Fake” is packed with dance floors explosives. If you’re sitting during these songs, then you have to be a reluctant dancer.
- Claudia Mecklenburg, Angelspit’s CULT OF FAKE.

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COMA MUSIC MAGAZINE REVIEW CULT OF FAKE

angelspit-cof-0500Fernando Altonaga from COMA Music Magazine reviews Angelspit’s CULT OF FAKE.

Throbbing bass and face melting lyrics

- Fernando Altonaga, COMA Music Magazine


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PLANETDAMAGE REVIEWS CULT OF FAKE

angelspit-cof-0500PLANETDAMAGE, The Global authority on Cyber Punk, reviews CULT OF FAKE

Angelspit finally made a club stomper album. Weird chord progressions, but very stompable, lyrics are golden Angelspit quality, very solid. Great musical surprises. Buy this baby now.

- PlanetDamage


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SONIC SEDUCER REVIEWS CULT OF FAKE

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Sandra M. Heinzelmann from Sonic Seducer gives Angelspit’s Cult Of Fake a close listen

Overwhelming, accessible and dancey, while at the same time it shines with sonic complexity and careful craftsmanship.
Strong beats and pumping basses driving hook-lines which cover the whole range from soft sounding old school synthesizers to cold and industrial sounding modern machinery.

- Sonic Seducer


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INTRAVENOUS MAGAZINE REVIEWS CULT OF FAKE

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The album is locked and loaded with dancefloors firmly in its sight. Yet it retains a deceptively complex construction that sees their signature crunchy electropunk style revisit samples used in earlier recordings and working them into a fresher and more modern sound.
Definitely a must have for industrial fans.

- INTRAVENOUS MAGAZINE


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