The first major release from Chicago’s Kill Memory Crash, When The Blood Turns Black is a blend of complex production style with a searing attitude. The result is a relentless debut filled with techno-infused industrial music. Bone-hard and electrified, this is the glitchy sound of the machines gone bad.
“Kill Memory Crash bring together elements of melancholy fused with shadowy breakbeats and sinister vocals, that bring out the best/worst feelings that The Smiths and The Cure delivered, with a particularly catchy dance-vibe to it.” -Absorb
“Kill Memory Crash combine the distinct atmospheres of late ‘80s electro industrial with labyrinthine percussive terror…An important link between the beast and the machine.” -Outburn
”[Kill Memory Crash’s] throbbing bottom-end riffs burrow deep into your brain like some sort of mind-control worm that forces your appendages to flail around rhythmically…practically screams to be played loud.” -Grooves
For over 10 years, Alex and Adam of Chicago’s Kill Memory Crash have been developing their own blend of dark electronic music, influenced by the decay of modern life. Having started their mu...check out Kill Memory Crash's page and other releases