I think they hit their peak with Viscera. Something about the newer melodies or whatever just isn't doing it for me. However they'll always be in my heart with their monstrously awesome classics like Levitation or Perception. Still trying to get into the newer stuff.
New album was really great. You have yet to have a bad album, some of have been different yes, but all good in their own ways. False Face feels like a love letter to the fans as it brings back some of that awesome gritty horror edge that was lacking in the last two albums and putting the more whimsical side of horror on the back burner. Some would argue this album was playing it safe, but when you have the talent to pull it off playing it safe is far from a bad thing. You can feel the passion put into this album and while note a game changer it still is one hell of an album. Thank you for sharing your art with us, looking forward to the next album already because if there is one thing I'm confident in it is jasyn's passion and talent to always put out an enjoyable god module album. Keep living the dream and thank you for letting us experience the dream alongside you by being able to listen and experience your epic music.
God Module is featured on our March 4th show!! -- This week Communion After Dark spins new music from Blutengel, Tenek, Project Pitchfork and more. Guest: Ben V of Ludovico Technique!
We are a weekly podcast featuring the newest and best Gothic/Industrial EBM and electro music. Check out our playlists at CommunionAfterDark.com. http://communionafterdark.com/
artificial was ok at best. i duno why everyone praises it... earlier funker vogt cds were way more influential to the evolution of aggrotech ebm. empath is where god mod started to shine imo.. and viscera was the peak. that said its kinda sad they have run out of inspiration? doing an 'empath' tour? and re-releasing empath? lol. o well :D
Artificial was their masterpiece album. There have been occasional stand out tracks since then, but as a whole the calibre of songs, production qualities, and tone of songs flowing from one into the next on Artificial are just their best and some of the finest in the history of industrial. Some may dismiss is as just psytrance derivative, but that album was almost single-handedly responsible for introducing trance leads and themes into modern industrial. Along with Suicide Commando's album Mindstrip, it pretty much defined what would become modern Aggrotech. It's a shame that fans of both acts have largely been complacent and not held them to the high standards of performance that were displayed on those two albums.