12 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Health’s third studio album—their first since 2009’s Get Color—is a sharp turn from the wild, tribal psychedelia of their early days into futuristic, industrial-tinged pop. (Chalk it up to the influence of Nine Inch Nails, who took the band on tour in 2008.) Produced by the always-intense Haxan Cloak, Death Magic is a pretty, pummeling album that’s as reminiscent of Ministry’s buzzsaw aggression as the high-gloss club-pop of Rihanna.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Health’s third studio album—their first since 2009’s Get Color—is a sharp turn from the wild, tribal psychedelia of their early days into futuristic, industrial-tinged pop. (Chalk it up to the influence of Nine Inch Nails, who took the band on tour in 2008.) Produced by the always-intense Haxan Cloak, Death Magic is a pretty, pummeling album that’s as reminiscent of Ministry’s buzzsaw aggression as the high-gloss club-pop of Rihanna.

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