Scapegoat - The Faint - Doom Abuse (CD, Album)
Label: SQE Music - CD-SQEJ-145 • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Indie Rock, Post-Punk, New Wave
Pounding and abrasive return from the sublime Faint. Synth hooks still abound but much more of a live feel than recent albums. The variety of the material reveals itself with repeated listens from the attention grabbing 'Help in the head' and catchy 'Evil voices' through the breakneck paced 'Salt my doom' and 'Scapegoat' to majestic closer 'Damage control'.
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Their first collection of new music since 's ambitious, electro-rock-studded Fasciinatiion, Doom Abuse finds the venerable Omaha post-punk-dance-metal-pop hybrid speaking a language familiar to anybody who has followed them since their Conor Oberst-era inception.
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On the whole however, Doom Abuse is an energetic album that sounds like hyper, modern new-wave at its best perhaps. Instead of attempting to replicate any specific new wave bands in particular like other artists (Cold Cave), some of the legit tendencies and sounds of the genre are made high-tech, souped up and utilized in concert with the typical, heaviness The Faint are known for.
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