Whether it's surrealistic horror movies and literature, esoteric knowledge or atmospheric music and death rock, God Module's output reflects a certain fascination with the dark side of the psyche — a mosaic of interests, perhaps even obsessions, held by founding member Jasyn Bangert. The act is rooted in edgier EBM and more dance-oriented industrial music, while Bangert's vocals wouldn't be out of place in a black-metal band. With some visual and sonic nods to the likes of Christian Death and Clan of Xymox, there is something simultaneously unsettling and cartoonish to the group's live show, a mix you don't often see. Two days after this date at Casselman's, God Module will release its latest album, Empath 2.0.
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