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POLYPRISMA REVIEWS BLACK GOD BITE

angelspit-bdb-0250Frank Raasch from Polyprisma reviews Angelspit’s 2017 album Black Dog Bite

(Translated from German)

‘Black Dog Bite’  is a powerful and bold album…In essence it is very old school yet experimental, rocky, fresh and above all, very danceable. It is an album that wants to combine unmistakable fun and innovation, with a clear emphasis on fun!

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INTRAVENOUS MAGAZINE REVIEWS BLACK DOG BITE

Black Dog Bite LP cover

Black Dog Bite LP cover

Intravenous Magazine’s Sean Palfrey dissects Angelspit’s 2017 album ‘Black Dog Bite’

This is a strong album. Perhaps Angelspit’s strongest so far…’Black Dog Bite’ shows that Angelspit are serious hitter in the electronic music world and are still innovating with the best of them. 

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CHAIN D.L.K REVIEWS BLACK DOG BITE

angelspit-bdb-0250Stuart Bruce from Chain D.L.K reviews Angelspit’s 2017 album ‘Black Dog Bite’

This is a way-above-average example of electro-metal done well and is absolutely worth the price of admission.

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DARK WORLD MUSIC REVIEWS BLACK DOG BITE

angelspit-bdb-0250Riccardo Oldenburg from Dark Music World gives Angelspit’s ‘Black Dog Bite’ a close listen.

This band is the full sonic assault…Black Dog Bite is absolutely brutal, independent and sounds unique. This is real art! The new work can be seen and heard. Perfect!

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REGEN REVIEWS BLACK DOG BITE

angelspit-bdb-0250Ilker Yücel from ReGen Magazine review’s Angelspit’s 2017 album “Black Dog Bite”
Vanity may be a God with teeth, but with this latest “Tough as F*ck” album blending acerbic melody with funky grooves and ‘90s cyberpunk acidity, Angelspit is out to prove that its teeth are indeed sharper.

ELECTROZOMBIES REVIEWS BLACK DOG BITE

angelspit-bdb-0250Electrozombies’ Thomas Frenken reviews Angelspit’s new album “Black Dog Bite

It’s truly awesome and you get what the label on the album promises…if you like Industrial/Electropunk music in general, then you need to buy the new Angelspit album. We recommend this Industrial/Electropunk masterpiece strongly to you.
– Thomas Frenken, Electrozombies

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‘In The Mail Today’ review Lorelei Dreaming

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Lorelei truly is a Banshee and this is one dream you won’t want to wake up from for quite a while.

-In The Mail Today

Lorelei Dreaming – Banshee

Like your electronic pop with a dark but danceable feel? Love beautifully sung powerful female vocals? Then Lorelei Dreaming, the debut release from Chicago chanteuse Lorelei (Laura Bienz) is going to set your mind on fire!

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Aggressive Deprivation Magazine reviews Angelspit’s Cult Of Fake

angelspit-cof-0500Steve from Aggressive Deprivation reviews Angelspit’s Cult Of Fake.

“Overall, Cult of Fake is a brilliant album that is full of classic EBM/Industrial sounds and styles. It is an album that threatens to drag you into the past and beat you repeatedly until you enjoy it.”

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ReGen reviews Lorelei Dreaming’s EP ‘BANSHEE’ (Produced by Angelspit)

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ReGen Magazine’s Will Superior reviews Lorelei Dreaming’s EP ‘BANSHEE’ (Produced by Angelspit)

Fierce musical substance and inspiration
-ReGen Magazine

Chicago based artist Laura Bienz takes a different artistic direction with Lorelei Dreaming in comparison to her work with St. Griselda and Angelspit, unleashing a solo project that is modern, versatile, and here to stay.

Lorelei Dreaming is a fresh new project and the brainchild of Chicago musician Laura Bienz. It takes on exquisitely different forms in comparison to her work with St. Griselda and Angelspit. Bienz joined forces with Zoog Von Rock of Angelspit for the creation of this release with a style of music that’s been branded as “Dystopian Future Pop,” and with this project, she works a distinct and captivating approach to songwriting craft that has a strong and magnetic appeal.

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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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