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Lordi – ‘Lordiversity – Spooky Sextravaganza Spectacular’

AFM Records
White Zombie, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails
Release Date
February 11, 2022
AFM Records
Industrial/Electronic/Gothic Rock

Boredom can eat people alive, there is literally only so many times that someone can scroll up and down on social media before day drinking begins. However, not if you’re Lordi who have used their time to deliver seven albums all pertaining to a different genre and this time it is the late 90’s getting the Lordi makeover with ‘Spooky Sextravaganza Spectacular’.

                With ‘Spooky…’, Lordi tackle that industrial, electronic sound of the mid to late 90’s and much like everything that the band have taken to over their ‘Lordiversity’ project, ‘Spooky…’ is very good at what it does. What Lordi deliver here are some great electronic bleeps and bloops combined with some serious industrial guitars as tracks such as ‘Demon Supreme’, ‘Killusion’ and the excellent ‘Shake the Baby Silent’ which have all the enjoyability of Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails and White Zombie, in fact, the latter song may actually be the best song that Rob Zombie has never released.

                Once again, this is Lordi turning their hand to something to have a bit of fun and it is decent enough, there are some great tracks here, but also some forgettable ones. In the ‘Lordiversity’ project, there are better albums, but much like musical genres themselves, each one is down entirely to your personal preference.

"Once again, this is Lordi turning their hand to something to have a bit of fun and it is decent"

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