Like thoroughbred horses, industrial music has only a handful of forebears, so when the Big Three — Skinny Puppy, Ministry, and Front Line Assembly — seemed to be calling it quits or, at the very least, falling off around 1995, the future looked even darker than normal for the genre's propulsive, political wall of static. By 2000, rock and rehab had consumed survivor Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, and — even though the goths won't admit he's one of them — Marilyn Manson had landed squarely in... More >>>