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Stabbing Westward – Dead And Gone EP Review


We have seen some shock comebacks all year long to date, with names akin to Blue Oyster Cult, Raging Speedhorn, Pearl Jam, Attack Attack and others all miraculously reappearing on the scene. But, the return of Stabbing Westward could be the largest shock of all, as this EP comes 19 years after their final studio album. Stabbing Westward are hoping this new materials will make up for misplaced time, and drum up some curiosity for his or her forthcoming album within the course of. 

From the outset, it turns into apparent that the band has misplaced none of their industrial influences. The title monitor is a recent sounding tune tinged by digital conventions. Hints of laborious rock add the ending touches to what’s a definite, fulfilling quantity. More ominous vibes are demonstrated by the Gary Numan-esque ambiance of Cold. The catchy, infectious refrain guides the tune due to its percussive earworm and upbeat tempo. 

More summary and nearly haunting conventions are highlighted by the slower tempo of Crawl. The change in focus right here expands the horizons of the EP and makes it extra broadly accessible for followers because of this. A handful of remixes conclude this transient launch in uncommon vogue, however they take nothing from the general customary of the EP. 

All-in-all, Dead and Gone is a worthwhile EP that confidently pronounces the return of those 90’s industrial rock figures. Wasteland is certain to be a superb album if it replicates the positivity showcased right here. 

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