"No self respecting industrial music list could leave out Trent, so starting with him seemed a good idea. Arguably the man who made industrial "popular", Trent Reznor has a raw, gutteral and passionate voice, which he mixes with machine sounds, programmed rhythms and a huge amount of talent. If you haven't heard of Nine Inch Nails you are more than missing out."
"Industrial dance music from Germany. Wumpscuts themes are a crafted mix of nihilism, gothism and out and out darkness, that manages to be very engaging indeed. Apart from that, it is mighty fine music to dance to - particularly if you hate house music as much as I do."
"Pure brilliance. Industrial rock at its finest, most relentless and most brutal. Psam 69 is an industrial classic that melds choirs with thrashing guitars and mechanical rhythms. It's a concept album too, I am pretty sure, which I always love."
"Industrial folk here. Jordan mixes two very polarized genres with impressive skill. Whereas her earlier album "The Ironman" (released under the moniker "Dr Kevorkian & the Suicide Machine") was very much a nod in the direction of Nine Inch Nails and perhaps Ministry, this record is a more balanced mix of the genres. 19th century amchinery rhythms mixed with celtic vocals. I love this record."