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ReGEN MAGAZINE REVIEWS ANGELSPIT LIVE IN ATLANTA

Atlanta, GA, The Shelter, 11/30/2012
“From song to song, Angelspit pushed the audience from lively and energetic to wild and completely out of control as there was no slowing down, no silence, and no rest.”
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OCRELOAD REVIEWS ANGELSPIT LIVE

08-Dec-12 US-Los Angeles, CA – Bar Sinister
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Angelspit destroys Cleveland.

“Angelspit’s set was darkly witty, and impeccably rehearsed,
a ferociously artistic passion play set in a dissonant electropunk backdrop….(Angelspit) proved that even if dark electronic music is dead, the carcass is starting to twitch again.”

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SONIC SHOCKS (SCOTLAND) REVIEWS ANGELSPIT

David Lees from SONIC SHOCKS reviews Angelspit’s live mayhem at their gig in Scotland.
“with their glitchy electro, cyberpunk style they’re a very different beast from the generic EBM that seems to make up most of the scene these days.
The punk aesthetic stretches to their live performance as well – they’re
clearly dedicated to putting on a rock show.”

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Review: Angelspit Live in UK-Leeds 13-Sept-12

“Angelspit blasted into a raw, violent set that almost tore the venue apart….Angelspit performed each song beautifully – yet sadistically – well.”
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VALKYRIAN MUSIC REVIEWS ANGELSPIT LIVE

Angelspit w/Support @ The Cockpit, Leeds
“Angelspit blasted into a raw, violent set that almost tore the venue
apart. Featuring tracks that span their whole career, Angelspit performed each song beautifully – yet sadistically – well.”
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SONIC SHOCKS REVIEWS ANGELSPIT LIVE

11/09/12 – Classic Grand Glasgow
“Zoog von Rock and Destroy X share vocal and fiddling-with-electronics
duties and are always up front and engaging the audience, never falling into
the industrial trap of getting stuck behind a computer for the whole show.”

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PROJECT.COM reviews Hello My Name Is

“Hello My Name Is, like the band itself, is a non-stop audio assault on all things that hold back creativity and freedom of expression.
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Coma Magazine Reviews Hello My Name Is

“In every aspect, this album is a masterpiece of creativity. The attention to every expression of the presentation, from the placement of sounds, the melodies, the vocals to the very clothes they wear prove that Angelspit are artists for this new age of angst, digital living and protest.”
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ReGen Magazine reviews Hello My Name Is

“As catchy as it is disconcerting, as belligerent as it is melodic, the latest album from Angelspit is a full throttle assault on modern society.
Hello My Name Is marks another tour de force from a band that remains vigilant in its mission to challenge to the status quo.”

4 Stars
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