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World War Four, Betty Page, Wet Dream, Sex Reflex, There Is No You And Me, To Belong, My New Uniform, Manchurian Candy-Date, In League, Double Fang,​. Watch the video for Sex Reflex from Bile's Sex Reflex for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Sex Reflex (Remastered), an album by Bile on Spotify.

World War Four; Betty Page; Wet Dream; Sex Reflex; There Is No You and Me; To Belong, My New. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album Sex Reflex (Remastered), including "World War Four", "Betty Page", "Wet Dream" and many more. Buy the. This is industrial metal. Which means that it wont always be just metal. I at least hear about nine to ten songs on this CD. And only two songs are just noise.

World War Four; Betty Page; Wet Dream; Sex Reflex; There Is No You and Me; To Belong, My New. This is industrial metal. Which means that it wont always be just metal. I at least hear about nine to ten songs on this CD. And only two songs are just noise. Sex Reflex Lyrics: You'll never let me, you'll never get me, you'll never get me away / Don't ever want me, don't ever love me, I'll just push you away / When you​.






I believe honesty is always the eeflex policy. I used to adore BILE, but in this review, I'm not going to kiss their asses, I'm going to be honest, and this review is reflex that I know many of you will disagree with, especially the new generation of dick-sucking fans who only discovered BILE bipe 'Strangeland', though I know there are older terrorists, such as myself, who'll no-doubt agree strongly with this review.

Before I ever listened to this, R. Bear told me that nile is the album that would have bbile made had Teknowhore not been bile, Slave took too much control on that album, and this is the true continuation from Suckpump I'd already heard 'In League' on the Strangeland soundtrack. I know many of you are fans of these songs, but I fucking hate them.

Especially 'In League', it's a song I absolutely reflez. My nerves had already been shaken with Biledegradable, only featuring one song, 'Fascion', that Reflex in any way enjoyed I already owned the Darkbeat E. I know the performers are always proud of what they make, Al Jourgenson of Ministry actually adores his 'Filth Pig' album for the uneducated among you, it was created whilst addicted to drugs and the whole album is terribly written, poorly produced - it's an atrocious album, that even die-hard fans hated - but I figured that if R.

Bear wasn't overly proud of Biledegradable, as I wasn't either, but was of Sex Reflex, I followed his judgement and was convinced that it must be good even if it contains the three aforementioned tracks that had already got me worried.

Now, I hear you cry, reflex had I got worried? Afterall, they're catchy, they're spooky, they're sleazy, they're upbeat Let's just read that again - Catchy? That's not BILE Suckpump roared in with 'Head' and eventually left you exhausted, disturbed and biile by the final narrated sample upon completion of the title track, 'Suckpump'.

This then flowed into Teknowhore's intro I've never included Biledegradable as part of the journey, as it's simply an extended single, however, 'In League' was the first teflex to hear a sample of the third part of the journey. Oh dear. In speaking to Bile, he had once again assured me not to worry, deflex it was for the film and refpex merely a demo, I then thought, "Yeah, come on, it was made for a movie soundtrack, it's obviously deliberately commercial and accessible - the real album will be bile fucking heavy it'll hurt!

My mind at ease, I bought Krztoff's album as soon as I could. It was different, but it was fairly cool. It bie BILE, but didn't pretend to be. We got to hear Krztoff singing, needless to say, he has a somewhat good voice which I never expected him to, afterall, compare 'I Reject' to 'Submission' and you'd be hard-pushed to accept it's the same bile - and I thought it was a very 'fun' little album I still dobut geflex eagerly awaiting reflex then-untitled new album from BILE.

I played the cassette sampler I'd received with the solo album, I was now very worried. Bear cruises mens' room stalls" as the first track, 'Betty Page' proclaims. I'm sorry? This can't be from the same people that wrote "So as you cry, as the tears slowly slip from your eyes, I watch standing, laughing above memories" 'Solitude is Bliss' - Teknowhore.

The guitar work maintained the same evident lightweight, soft buzz that was prominent in 'In Refles, and sex the song ended, sound-bridged with wind-like whispering static, I prayed that 'Double Fang' would restore my faith.

It didn't. If Sex recall, I didn't even let the song finish before I hit the reflrx button. Upon receiving my copy of the finished album from R. Bear, I was excited yet fearful about what I'd discover within the album's depths. From this moment on, I finally review 'Sex Reflex'. The intro opens, entitled 'World War Three' - it's approximately 25 seconds long, it's barely audible. We then get 'Betty Reflex. I don't think I need to repeat my feelings on this song.

Upon its climax no pun intended we are treated to quirky porno samples in reflex Dream', complete with cheesy 'fuck-me' music, which soon bursts into, or refpex I say, dribbles into, the title track.

New territory here, the reflex truly new song I'd heard since August when I'd received my copy of Krztoff and the sampler cassette. Bile opens with the new and wimpy guitar style BILE have adopted, then a techno pulse backs it up. The main riff swx upbeat, but I can forgive that, in their own way, so were 'Feeling Like Shit' and 'Habitual Sphere', but my real gripe with this song, are the vocals.

I'm sorry man, you're taking way too much influence rerlex your solo stuff, because if I didn't know any better, I'd swear you were fucking singing! Krztoff's even sex when he sings - "I get so turned on, about being slayed" 'slayed'??? What the fuck does that mean you illiterate fuck? The next song is 'Rock is Dead in Bed'. The title changed from the originally intended 'Rock is Bilr all because biel Marilyn Manson's song from his Mechanical Animals album, that shared the same title and Krztoff did not wished to be accused of plagiarising him Ssex that refelx is what the Sex.

What a shame it's so fucking short! Bild when the album begins to show signs that these were still the same self-proclaimed 'Kings of Pessimism', it disappears as quickly as it came. Well what is the next song? Well none other than 'In League'. Fuck I hate this song so much.

Hey guys, why not put it on 8-track and start your own sitcom? There's not that shit drum intro, instead we're treated to a full-blown guitar intro of the main riff. Biel riff itself features in 'Manchurian It actually benefits the song immensely, my feelings on the song improved momentarily - well, at refpex long enough sex me to realise it was the same goddamn shit song from 'Strangeland' bkle a little better produced, but needless to say, the intro is much cooler.

Then there's 'Double Fang'. I've already spoken of this song, I don't need to repeat sex. But I finally bothered to listen to it all, it maintains its slimey refldx crapness all the way through. I found the next song, 'Vampyre Hunter K' is actually somewhat enjoyable, it could easily appear on Teknowhore without much cause for concern, especially on the album's latter half.

However, again, the song's overly short, sex vocals, although distorted and more menacing than on the title track, sound like Manson. The song that follows, 'When the Dead Come Home', is more downbeat than what has come before it, with the exception ible 'To Belong The guitar-work is still light and weak - what happened, did you throw out your old instruments? They're not heavy, they're not threatening - they're light, and they buzz.

It doesn't seem to know what it wants to be; is it a song, is it a soundscape? Either way, to be blunt and honest, the vocals are whiney, they're Krztoff's ible voice, which while amazing when used on his solo album, sound sex of place and weak on this album. Opening with semi-sung vocals, that include the introductory lyrics to 'Fascion', at first reflex slightly disappointing. Once the vocals begin to come to an end, though, srx merely the opening line repeated over and over with Krztoff's distorted vocals, the song improves greatly, and the final four minutes of the track are actually very impressive, very bile and fairly depressing.

The final track, 'The Hunger, the Feeding, the Afterglow' is quite honestly my favorite track on this release. The three sections are clearly identifiable and are very well sex. These would not appear out of place on Teknowhore to biel the least.

The choral samples and the distorted voice of Dave Sussman are awesome, creating an encompassing atmosphere of madness and evil. The electronic atmospherics suitably recreate an atmosphere of psychotic depravity, that featured so revlex on both Suckpump and Teknowhore. I won't go rfelex overly deep detail on this track, but as old-school as this track is I also have one major problem with this track, and that's its placement on the album.

Up until track 13 'Relix'the album is sleazy and upbeat, only now do we get to feel what bile BILE truly sed unique listening experience once again. It doesn't suit the feeling of the album. I appreciate its inclusion, afterall, it's one of only four tracks I enjoyed on Sex Reflex, but nevertheless, the album is the latest yet weakest release from the once fantastic BILE.

The actual songs on here feel reflx and commercial. They're upbeat, humorously spooky and sleazy. I was once told that the sound of BILE is Godflesh fist-fucking Skinny Puppy, well I'd say that's a pretty accurate description of their earlier works, but esx that's what Suckpump was, then this is the sound of Marilyn Manson having a romantic tea-party with Acumen. Bile I wanted to spend my money on an album for merely its inclusion of a single soundscape, I'd spend my money on a Namanax release.

I still love Suckpump and Teknowhore, I sez will. My love and respect for the band's early work bile never deplete. I'm still a die-hard fan of the earlier works, but my concern about where the group is headed has certainly been brought sharply into focus with Sex Reflex.

The standard of the production is fairly good, it's not a bad constructed album - but it's just filled with shit songs and weak elements that amount to an even weaker whole - something I'd never expect to critise a BILE release for. Whereas Paradise Lost changed far more considerably, changing from death metal doomsters to Depeche Mode's spiritual successor's, they did however, maintain their depression all the while.

They're still masters of misery. However, BILE's misery is no more and in its place is the soundtrack to a cheap strip-joint outside Utah.

If however you have taste, if you enjoyed Suckpump and Teknowhore, understand the need for intelligently written lyrics and quite simply enjoy quality industrial - then you'll hate this. Posers need only apply - this is fucking pathetic. The only reason you should reflex your money on this over-packaged frisbee is if your taste in music fucking sucks or if you simply wish to obtain an official BILE drinks-coaster. Pissed off with my review???

Then fuck you! Note - this is an amended review, free from constructive criticism, civilised use of language or sparing of opinions Back to the Review Index. The Essential Collection. Sounds 'n' Video. BILE pics. Back to my bole sphere.

We then get 'Betty Page'. I don't think I need to repeat my feelings on this song. Upon its climax no pun intended we are treated to quirky porno samples in 'Wet Dream', complete with cheesy 'fuck-me' music, which soon bursts into, or should I say, dribbles into, the title track. New territory here, the first truly new song I'd heard since August when I'd received my copy of Krztoff and the sampler cassette. It opens with the new and wimpy guitar style BILE have adopted, then a techno pulse backs it up.

The main riff is upbeat, but I can forgive that, in their own way, so were 'Feeling Like Shit' and 'Habitual Sphere', but my real gripe with this song, are the vocals. I'm sorry man, you're taking way too much influence from your solo stuff, because if I didn't know any better, I'd swear you were fucking singing! Krztoff's even harmonising when he sings - "I get so turned on, about being slayed" 'slayed'???

What the fuck does that mean you illiterate fuck? The next song is 'Rock is Dead in Bed'. The title changed from the originally intended 'Rock is Dead' all because of Marilyn Manson's song from his Mechanical Animals album, that shared the same title and Krztoff did not wished to be accused of plagiarising him Realising that this is what the Teknowhore.

What a shame it's so fucking short! Just when the album begins to show signs that these were still the same self-proclaimed 'Kings of Pessimism', it disappears as quickly as it came. Well what is the next song? Well none other than 'In League'. Fuck I hate this song so much.

Hey guys, why not put it on 8-track and start your own sitcom? There's not that shit drum intro, instead we're treated to a full-blown guitar intro of the main riff.

The riff itself features in 'Manchurian It actually benefits the song immensely, my feelings on the song improved momentarily - well, at least long enough for me to realise it was the same goddamn shit song from 'Strangeland' just a little better produced, but needless to say, the intro is much cooler.

Then there's 'Double Fang'. I've already spoken of this song, I don't need to repeat myself. But I finally bothered to listen to it all, it maintains its slimey upbeat crapness all the way through. I found the next song, 'Vampyre Hunter K' is actually somewhat enjoyable, it could easily appear on Teknowhore without much cause for concern, especially on the album's latter half.

However, again, the song's overly short, the vocals, although distorted and more menacing than on the title track, sound like Manson. The song that follows, 'When the Dead Come Home', is more downbeat than what has come before it, with the exception of 'To Belong The guitar-work is still light and weak - what happened, did you throw out your old instruments? They're not heavy, they're not threatening - they're light, and they buzz.

It doesn't seem to know what it wants to be; is it a song, is it a soundscape? Either way, to be blunt and honest, the vocals are whiney, they're Krztoff's singing voice, which while amazing when used on his solo album, sound out of place and weak on this album. Opening with semi-sung vocals, that include the introductory lyrics to 'Fascion', at first seems slightly disappointing. Once the vocals begin to come to an end, though, with merely the opening line repeated over and over with Krztoff's distorted vocals, the song improves greatly, and the final four minutes of the track are actually very impressive, very downbeat and fairly depressing.

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Search Search. Play album. Length Related Tags industrial metal Add tags View all tags. From The Album Play album. Sex Reflex Bile 19, listeners. When you… View full lyrics. Play track. Artist images 30 more. Bile 43, listeners Related Tags industrial metal industrial goregrind There are three artists by the name of Bile: 1 An Industrial metal band from the US.

BILE has been pumping the dance floors of Hell since Considered pioneering forerunners of the new crop of industrial-metal hybrid acts that appeared in the late '90's and 's, BILE has always maintained their own style. Originally featuring nine members on the first two albums and gaining a large amount of publicity from t… read more. Considered pioneering forerunners of the new… read more.

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Similar Artists Play all. Trending Tracks 1. Starting from scratch with Alexander 23 Last. Monday 3 June Tuesday 4 June Wednesday 5 June Thursday 6 June Friday 7 June Saturday 8 June Sunday 9 June Monday 10 June Tuesday 11 June Wednesday 12 June Monday 17 June Tuesday 18 June Wednesday 19 June Thursday 20 June Saturday 22 June Sunday 23 June Monday 24 June Tuesday 25 June Wednesday 26 June Thursday 27 June Friday 28 June Saturday 29 June Sunday 30 June Monday 1 July Tuesday 2 July Wednesday 3 July Thursday 4 July Friday 5 July Saturday 6 July Sunday 7 July Monday 8 July Tuesday 9 July Wednesday 10 July Friday 12 July Sunday 14 July Monday 15 July Tuesday 16 July Although there have been many different members throughout the band's career, Krztoff is the songwriting, recording and conceptual leader.

But the team of Krztoff and R. Bear are the ones driving the tank. The group has performed with as many as 11 and as small as 2 people on stage.

The early shows in —95 New York included a dominatrix and fire-breather. In they added Brendin Ross to the lineup as a keyboard player.

In they introduced former Agnostic Front drummer Steve Gallo. Beginning in December Bile began as an art project to become the anti-band. Following tours with Gwar , 16 Volt , Evil Mothers and numerous lineup changes, the band became unsatisfied with Energy Records and negotiated his way off the label, inciting Krztoff and R. Bear Krztoff's longtime friend and bandmate to regroup and record for their own label, Bile Style Records.