have established themselves as one of the biggest names in the aggrotech/dark electro music scene and all of their albums have reached a cult status among fans. It is no wonder Andy LaPlegua has been named one of the alternative electro geniuses of the decade as he has three quite very successful projects, managing to keep them stylistically separate without conflict of ideas. To this end, Andy set out to take all the core elements of their sound -- which he describes as "a journey through hell and high water, through the eyes of a serial killer, sex, violence and plenty of Jack Daniels on ice" -- and crank them up to 11. In more straightforward terms, it meant ramping up distortion into the stratosphere, deepening the already gut-busting sub-bass, and expanding their once tightly-compressed synth environments to create a broader, more epic sound."
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