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Dogmachine - Futuristic Urban Cult
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on . The digital version of Futuristic Urban Cult that you can buy these days is a re-release of the original album. It has 14 songs on the tracklist and begins with "The Killer Inside" - a murderer's confession supported by steel factory-like bursts and beats. A short techno synth sequence joins next and is followed by guitar riffs kept in then trendy metal-esque arrangement mixed with pulsating synths. The song obviously brings a lot of influences derived from punk, industrial, techno, rock, and metal.