so, it's rare to get a review that really encapsulates the totality of an album. which makes this review, from the nice folks at idie:youdie, the best one we've ever seen.
"An exciting and affecting new direction for a long-standing industrial musician, invisible_weapons might have less in common with any of his earlier work than anything Newman’s tried his hand at, but that only makes its success more impressive. Recommended."
another very solid review can also be found here, at newnoisemagazine:
"Amazingly, despite the post-metal and noise, this one’s quite catchy and unique. This is the band we all hoped Ministry would become."