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Customer Reviews

I give him recongition for effort.

The past few releases from Wumpscut have been very "bland" to my standards of EBM/Industrial taste.

Does Rudy even try anymore? I will skip on purchasing this album due to the lack of effort put in by Rudy. I long for pre-Wreath of Barbs material. Serioulsy I don't see any of these new songs becoming new dancefloor classics from Wumpscut.

Burial on Demand is probably the best song on this album in my honest opinion.

Major Backslide

This album reminded me why :W; is never played in clubs anymore past, oh, Wreath of Barbs. Personally his last good albums were Bone Peeler and Cannibal Anthem, but even then those were nothing compared to his past works. It breaks my heart to see such a decline year after year. I know artists change and experiment but it's been on a steady decline for a good decade and it can't get any worse than this, can it?!? The only song I can reccomend is "Burial on Demand". Maybe, per usual, the remixes of this album will be better than the originals but UGH, Rudy Rudy Rudy deine musik ich mag nicht! Es ist schreicklich!!

Best :W: since Eevil Young Flesh

At first listen it felt like the same old same old that Rudy has been putting out for a decade...but then it got deeper and deeper with each listen. IMO it's his finest in over a decade and definitely up there with the best.

Biography

Born: 1991

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Another in the line of '90s goths who forsook guitars for the sampler and synthesizer, Rudy Ratzinger's :wumpscut: project was born in 1991 when he released his first cassette-only albums, Defcon and Small Chambermusicians. Vuz Records signed the German to their fold by the following year, and after a release on a 1993 Vuz compilation (New Forms of Entertainment), the first :wumpscut: album, Music for a Slaughtering Tribe, appeared in December 1993. After the release of the Dried Blood EP on Ant-Zen...
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