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Album Review

Formerly known simply as Acumen, Acumen Nation have toned down the unchanneled rage characteristic of most industrial metal bands in favor of solid hooks and dance-friendly grooves. The staggered rhythm of "Unkind" makes way for the vulnerable musings of "The Funny Thing Is..." on a record that is, for all its multifaceted range, infused from beginning to end with infectious energy. More than anything, Acumen Nation sound like a great '80s metal band who have adapted their sound to the modern era, managing to make the transition with perfect grace and ease. More Human Heart will appeal to fans of Judas Priest as well as Gravity Kills, and fans of mainstream industrial music may be surprised upon hearing this album that they haven't been exposed to the band before.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Brothers Jason Novak and Ethan Novak started Acumen Nation while they were students at DePaul University in 1988. Between them they had strong talent on vocals, guitar, bass, and drums, and a desire to express their unique musical talent through techno-like, guitar-driven rock. Joining them was Gregory Lope (bass, drums, and backing vocals). Unable to invent a name that reflected their style and didn't sound stupid, they chose the name "Acumen" from a thesaurus: it means understanding. About the...
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