At one point I realize they are like Nine Inch Nails. I generally don’t
like to directly reference other artists, but in this case I feel it’s
warranted. I don’t know. Around 2 minutes in it sounds exactly like Ni-
ne Inch Nails. I want to get my leather trenchcoat and watch the Matri-
x. And somehow find a way to travel back to the 90s.
I never really liked Nine Inch Nails. Be that as it may, perhaps the f-
irst words I ever wrote on a computer were, “Bow down before the one y-
ou serve, you’re going to get what you deserve”. The light struck my f-
ragile eggshell mind and I felt very disturbed looking at the words I’d
typed on the screen. I feel this is relevant. I do not know why.
The video where he is floating in the air is also very good. Peter C-
hristopherson was involved. He scammed Nothing Records, and I have to a-
dmire that. Coil is very good. Nine Inch Nails is pretty corny. A bit o-
ver the top. It’s like someone being too into Mad Max.
Ministry’s brand of evil techno was better earlier. Rob Zombie even. Ni-
ne Inch Nails was always a tad too self involved. If I wanted to contem-
plate self indulgence I would look in the mirror. Lyrically, this song
is pure ego politics and pecking at carcasses. Who cares?
The intense music doesn’t make this any less of a game. This is well pr-
oduced. I just feel uncomfortable when it sounds exactly like Nine Inch