Caustic’s video premiere “F**k in a Suit” is here, exclusively on National Rock Review.

According to the press release:

“F**k in a Suit is my reaction to our current political process, and my solution to CEOs buying it.”

Caustic‘s Matt Fanale has always been hard to nail down as an electronic artist. Whether blasting sonic chaos in his first incarnation as a rhythmic noise punk or his later, broadening arch as more dancefloor-friendly, but still confusing due to the wide variety of styles on his albums, there’s one thing that can easily be said about Caustic’s output: it’s never boring. And while the styles may change, the creative curiosity remains constant, as does Fanale’s steadfast DIY ethos.

The Madison, WI, based artist has spread his wings in the last few years, releasing side projects such as the fun, EBM-slanted Causticles (with Brian Graupner of the Gothsicles), glamdustrial rock outfit Prude (with Chemlab legend Jared Louche, amongst others), and the highly acclaimed doom pop debut from Beauty Queen Autopsy (with Unwoman’s Erica Mulkey), released earlier this year. But after three years, Fanale is finally releasing his seventh full-length Caustic album, appropriately titled ‘Industrial Music’. Returning to a raw, visceral sound, ‘Industrial Music’ is in many ways Caustic coming full circle.

Gone is the shiny studio polish, as Fanale’s eye was on dragging you into back the pit with him and giving you the jagged, pounding industrial energy that originally put him on the map.”

Sometimes you have to go back to your roots to find your true sound.

You can pre-order HERE for $10, CDs will ship around Nov. 10! Order your copy now!

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