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  • 666 ton steamroller
  • The Eternal Titan Of Industrial Destruction
  • The only worthwhile metal.
  • Absolute masterpiece of its own kind.
  • The only worthwhile industrial metal.
  • I watched the film the other day and I saw it in the earlier comments, too. I was right, then. Of course, googling a little also confirmed what I thought. Good idea for a cover, should I say
  • Doesn't the cover pic come from the film Altered States?
  • Killing Joke, Swans, Throbbing Gristle and Big Black are main influences here. Also their best album.
  • The early Swans industrial influence is great, but there's plenty of Big Black influenced stuff going on here. I'm liking this a lot.
  • altered states!
  • A disgusting and repetative album. All in a very, very positive sense.
  • Monolith indeed! A towering, brutal assault on the senses. Especially the title track!
  • So fucking gooooooooooooooooooooooooooood!
  • Simply amazing.
  • Masterpiece.
  • everything good about industrial metal
  • I'm not big on industrial, but to me I'm a bit confused as to why the majority of "tags" don't classify it as industrial metal?
  • sick
  • obviously you don't understand their music.
  • Horrible music, made by classic naive wannabe nihilists.
  • oh yeah. the Swans influence is heavy as hell, but it's still really independent
  • i'm just gonna say SWANS.
  • so very uncompromisngly bleak
  • The best industrial metal you can get; cold and bleak, the way it's supposed to be.
  • still THE industrial metal album after all the years. yes, it even beats Ministry's albums "Psalm 69" and "The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste".
  • Godvlees schopt kont....
  • Justin K Broadrick talks in-depth about the making of Streetcleaner in Rock-A-Rolla issue 26! Check it out: www.rock-a-rolla.com
  • If the neighboors can't hear it then you aren't playing it right. This recording is designed to give you that pleasant buzzing sound in your ears for years after listening. Might want to invest in some better speakers after obtaining this masterpiece.
  • amen to that
  • soundtrack to a metal band on acid recording in an abandoned industrial factory
  • Justin Broadrick is a Genius!!
  • godflesh greatest name ever.
  • Ministry meets early Swans? No.
  • Ministry meets early Swans meets grotesque shoegaze guitar racket. In short, this album is better than pizza
  • It took me a couple of listens to get it, but when I did by christ I was converted.
  • Try early Swans. Btw. Chrome invented industrial rock :)
  • To give Killing Joke all the credit is as stupid as saying Godflesh invented industrial metal. It was a group of bands such as Einstürzende Neubauten, Throbbing Gristle, and Cabaret Voltaire. Fucking n00bz.
  • Flat out best album to listen to when pissed off.
  • You breed - like rats! Oh fuck, I love this album.
  • Exactly.
  • No, Killing Joke started the whole industrial rock/metal thing. NIN and Godflesh each take it in very different directions - comparing them is a waste of time.
  • Not really. NIN isn't even industrial metal.
  • It's because Godflesh invented industrial metal and Reznor fucked it in the ass.
  • Oh, amazing album too.
  • How Trent Reznor is even remotely related to this album is beyond me. No one cares about how much you hate NIN.
  • Makes anything by Trent Reznor sound Weak and Pathetic in comparison.
  • Awesome.
  • It's not really THAT good.
  • Incredible.


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