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Album Review

Like a refreshing dessert after the meal that was Pins and Needles, the Birthday Massacre deliver some new tracks and remixes on Imaginary Monsters. Featuring three new songs, the EP continues to expand the band’s sound into more atmospheric territories, especially on the ethereal “Left Behind,” a synth pop slow jam that unfolds amidst a sea of synthesizers and lurching drums. Where the EP really shines, though, is the remixes. Combichrist deliver a fractured remix of “Shallow Grave,” chopping the beat of the song up to give it a harder edge that seems ready-made to beat up dancefloors, while Skold gives “Pins and Needles” a stomping, industrial edge, adding a pulsing beat to the song to give it a relentless, marching quality. With only a few new tracks, Imaginary Monsters isn’t an essential release, but fans looking for a bit of gloom to dance to will find a lot to love here.

Customer Reviews

Great EP!!!

Like the new tracks!!!! Plus some interesting re-mixes. Synth-goth-rock at it's best and they're Canadian!!!


Once again, The Birthday Massacre has produced perfection. I can't get enough of "Forever". Keep on producing your incredible sound, there's no one else like you! Keep up the fantastic work! :)

pale remix

is the best.


Formed: 2000 in London, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New wave revival outfit the Birthday Massacre formed in London, Ontario, in 2000 -- originally dubbed Imagica, the founding lineup was comprised of frontwoman Chibi, guitarists Rainbow and M. Falcore, bassist Aslan, keyboardist Dank, and percussionist O.E. After recording a seven-song demo session, Dank left Imagica and the remaining members relocated to Toronto, where a second demo release followed in mid-2001. Upon renaming itself the Birthday Massacre, the group released its debut LP, Nothing...
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