Self-Dubbed as digital metal, the Martyr Art sound is a voracious mix of varied metal and industrial/electronic textures with more besides from an artist which embraces technology as eagerly as
by Pagan of Pagan Hel Reviews (Liverpool, U.K.) Unparalleled!!! Being in this business allows me to experience all sorts of genres and indeed various types of music, expanding my tastes
Reviewed by John Moriarty Growing up as a child I remember my brief experience playing Friday the 13th on the Nintendo Entertainment System. I remember how confused and lost I felt
Reviewed by Xander Folsom (Outsider Magazine) Published in Issue #29 Martyr Art’s 2013 release, “Distorted Interpretations”, is a bold slap in the face of convention. Instead of wedging themselves
A winning album! written by Pagan Hel for Grave Concerns e-Zine Yes for the eclectic souls among us! I find it a bit of a shock that the band class
ABCv3 Album Review by Andrew B. Wilkins (BiggestLetdown.com) This album makes me want to have kids, wait a few years for them to grow up, and then one day explain
"Art.Beauty.Chaos Volume Two" Album Review by H.K. of Outsider Magazine Throughout the making of this album, my pal JD dropped hints as to what he was up to. I must
Hint of industrial, strong metal guitars, great vocals and lyrics...A treat for any fan of Depeche Mode, older Metallica, NIN, and even some hints of Madonna influence thrown in there.