I've always thought that nations with rather conservative politics breeds interesting musical subcultures. In this case, Russia. Lots of interesting experimental bands are breeding there (Bardoseneticcube, Reutoff, etc.), and one of them is Manunkind. The duo has been hailed as a new interesting industrial act by the likes of Paul Lemos (Controlled Bleeding) and Gary Mundy (Ramleh). Their limited EP cassette release is on Materia Productions, and the digital can also be found on their Bandcamp.
Fans of Haus Arafna, MZ.412, Mental Destruction and early Test Dept should definitely check them out. Metallic chamber atmosphere, devastating machine drums and old-school ritualistic industrial aesthetics. "Acéphale" starts things off and is the perfect example of the duo's punishing vocals and full fledged sonic assault. The remaining tracks continue the theme of heavy, blackened electronics that results in an incredible display of genre-bending destruction. 4 tracks is all there is for now, and only 1 cassette. I will be looking for forward to future releases by this act!