If industrial and alternative electronic music needed a new hope on an international scale, then drab offers that. This is influenced by all of your favourite 90s electronic rock artists…you know the ones, without being too cliched. Indeed, there is a unique darkness and intensity here that is refreshing and reinvigorating for the genre. In this, there is that…but also nods to trip-hop and the more edgy sect of doom, and progressive rock. This is fucking glorious stuff.
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