Future explores depression, apathy, and the bleak reality we're all facing while wrapped in sample-heavy industrial rock with grinding synths, crushing guitars, and stomp-able beats.
released November 13, 2017
All songs written, performed, recorded, and produced by Brook Thomas. Additional programming, mixing, and mastering by Sean Payne at Glitch Mode HQ, Chicago.
Graphic/art design: Sam P. of PancakeFoundry.com
Brook Thomas - Vocals
Sarah Elizabeth - Keyboards
Aaron Coldblood - Guitars/synths
Xian Austin - Drums
If any alien intelligence ever accosts you with the question; "What is industrial music?" then you could do worse than to hand them a copy of this album. Sure, it doesn't cover some of the fringes of the genre but the space it occupies right in the centre of the things that make solid, astounding industrial are all here. It's a deeply satisfying, hard-hitting, inspiring, anthemic piece of work that would be hard to equal, let alone beat. Leo Stableford
T2 is, in many ways, the ultimate hard industrial album. It also pulls in some riffs from electronica, drum and bass and parts of death metal. It's soul, is, and will remain, industrial an armored core of pounding beats, aural assault and growled lyrics that will leave you exhausted, yet exhilarated. Outstanding work. Leo Stableford