Famed L.A. indy
label Triple X has done it again with the release of industrial
rockers Nocturne’s newest effort “Guide To Extinction”.
This killer release is sure to bring the extremely electric
induced sounds of Nocturne to the higher grounds of musical
notoriety if they play their cards right.
This industrial onslaught takes
the listener on an extremely dark roller coaster ride of
heavy electronic raw edged riff rock in the vein of such
elite artists as N.I.N. The Cure, and K.M.F.D.M. to name
just a few. With the mesmerizing sexy vocals of Lacey Conner
Nocturne easily lay to waste any future chick rock comparisons
that tend to follow such acts in this realm of rock n roll.
More then just a mantel piece, Lacey Conner holds her own
as a very strong front woman for an already fine tuned monster
of a band. Blending the low end bass driven sound that has
made bands such as Korn a house hold name Nocturne mixes
a slew of other influences with out sounding anything close
to what is infesting today’s rock industry. Sharing
the stages opening for such artists as Pigface, Ministry,
and King Diamond Nocturne has brought their extremely potent
live show to fans across America to rave reviews. As well
as being featured in such films as “The Attic Expeditions”
and “Wishcraft” this L.A. export have been very
strong supporters of such active organizations as PETA and
Green Peace to name just a few. Helping spread their beliefs
of getting active on making a change Nocturne are strong
supporters of self awareness and animal rights with out
sounding cliche or trendy.
If you’re looking for something
fresh and filled with industrial fueled metal riffs by all
means search this one out, you won’t be let down.