The fourth album by Cruciform Injection, released just a few weeks ago, takes a twisted turn into a more claustrophobic and sick direction. Its ill-lighted atmospheres clash with the electronic-driven EBM structure and the boot stomping industrial dance attitude and become one impactful yet minimal attack (which might sound like an oxymoron, but obviously finds some applications). The addition of two new members to the changing line up (a guitar player and a keyboardist) might have caused this slight alteration in sound, but I am sure the production by Oliver Tarancweski (of Evils Toy/T.O.Y. and Re/act) and the mastering by Guido Fricke of Haujobb have contributed to the album in its entirety. I just realized that one of our contributors already reviewed this CD here at Chain D.L.K. so I won't keep you much longer, you already have two opinions to base your next shopping spree on.