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MIND SPIDERS are back with their 3rd album in 3 years! Featuring a streamlined lineup of MARK RYAN on vox/guitar/synth, MIKE THRONEBERRY on drums, DANIEL FRIED on bass, PETER SALISBURY on synth, Inhumanistic finds the band going in a slightly more stripped down direction than previous efforts. The album was written while messing around with different drum machines, and while there is live drumming as well, drum machines play a prominent role as well, which is partly why the record is called Inhumanistic. The recording is very tight, direct, and almost claustrophobic. Influences for this record include Devo's Freedom of Choice, Wall of Voodoo and old horror movies (the song "Electric Things" is about the movie from Beyond, for example). Inhumantistic is Mind Spiders catchiest, most direct and rockin' (although they also slow it down a couple times, to great affect!) release yet! We've been cranking out Mark Ryan related releases for almost a decade now, and have no plans to slow down anytime soon!
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the 3-chord riff-raff rockers by virtue of the memorable hook-laden melody lines and hypnotic
choruses. The somewhat unusual addition of a full-time synth player widens the scope a bit,
giving the songs a more fully fleshed-out feel and a subtle diversity. (There’s a haunting ballad,
an outer space retro-rocker and a soaring Ultravox-ian number.) It’s obvious that the band’s
experience is really beginning to pay off; their talent shines through in both the quality of the
songwriting and the tight, energetic delivery. Mostly, though, it’s the vibrant, spirited life of the
songs, combined with how easily they stick in your head, that makes this album something
special in the genre. And it is that good. Recalls the Buzzcocks, 999, the Wipers, Wire, the
Descendents, Audionom, White Wires.