Techno Thriller joins the Unknown Precept fam with a brand new mini-album, following the release of their eponymous full-length album a few months back. Recorded in their Brussels stronghold earlier this year, the four-handed formation steadily crafted compelling cybernated Gothic music from the depths of their narrow basement. Drawing as much inspiration from dark dungeons and occult folklore, not without evocative titles, Enfant de Sodome feels as muscular and drenched as one could expect from their thrilling live performances. Bone-bending primitive techno catapulted over the walls in the most urgent fashion. Free falling tumultuous bass lines collapsing in ominous muffled barking and groans. Murky synthpunk and industrial machinery breaking up in fervor and howls. It very much feels like trying to dance on some sort of cryptic electronic body music in a heavy chain-mail, at least that’s something we recommend you to try.