Generation - Brutal Reality

Wednesday 1st December 1993
Generation - Brutal Reality
Generation - Brutal Reality

STYLE: Hard Music
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Wonderland 7013014656
RELEASE DATE: 1993-09-14
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

With Trouble's Bruce Franklin and the Allies/Brighton's Mark Robertson in tow, 'Brutal Reality' is unrelenting industrial thrash of a pretty high quality. Veteran metal producer Caesar Kalinowski comes up with some compulsive computer drum loops and singer/guitarist Randy Kerkman gives all the edge and aggression to Caesar's denouncements of chemical abuse ("Chemikill"), lack of self control ("I Live In Flesh") and naturalism ("Believe In Miracles") all delivered in the style of Nine Inch Nails, Ministry et al. There's a 'secret' track tucked away at the end, a flick of the radio dial and a reading of Psalm 69.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Jimmy in Canada @ 17:17 on Jan 3 2009

One of the best heavier Christian Cd's ever!!! I can't find more cd's from this group! One of my main turn off's of christian music is all the discontinued cd's out there

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