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    Caustic
    "The Golden Vagina Of Fame & Profit"

    Label: L Tracks (2011)
    Few artists in modern industrial have enjoyed maniacally giving the finger to the genre and all of its outdated, bullshit clichés as much as Caustic. As a result they were invited to play shows with artists such as Combichrist, Hocico, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, Atari Teenage Riot and Babyland, enthralling the masses with anarchic, destructive live shows leaving the stage and audience drenched in sweat, booze, and other undisclosed fluids than most people care to even remember. Described by Side-Line as "...an enormous revolution: a will of true individualism and a welcome originality", Caustic has careened from album to album and song to song like each one is his new ugly baby to sell on the black market. While the previous album was a sort of ‘low-fi, do it yourself industrial-punk experiment’, this new album is a straight up, polished club disc. Why? Plain and simple: It's fun. And to Caustic it was way more important than worrying if the grumpy underground masses will "accept" it. And since when was accep-trance something industrial ever cared about? There's nothing else like Caustic out there! Fun industrial for the clubs! Features guests Faderhead, Stromkern & others and the album was mixed by Assemblage 23’s Tom Shear.

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