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Album Review

The Final Cut's debut steps neatly into the cold-wave style that many other Nettwerk-distributed bands were practicing at the same time, most notably Front 242 and Manufacture. Suitably, everything is very danceable, even when the guitars are cranked up menacingly, the sound is very good throughout. Industrial superstar guests include (Chris Connelly and Ogre).

Customer Reviews

The Final Cut - Consumed

1980's -1990's Required listening from Chicago 950 / Exit scene. A must for any Puppy, Frontline, Ministry listener

I Found it!

I have been looking for this since I bought the tape in '92! This is the best listen I have had in a while. Bringing back some nostalgia for me! If you like any industrial music, give this a listen.


This one has been in regular rotation for about 13 years now... Mind-boggling. Lots of power, lots of refinement, lots and lots of style. Some of it may seem a little dated at this point, but not less than early Ministry and Skinny Puppy.


Formed: 1988 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The Final Cut is primarily the work of guitarist Tony Srock along with an ever-changing group of guest musicians. The industrial group made its debut with the album Testament; the follow-up, Consumed, appeared in 1991 and featured Chris Connelly. After a...
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