"The ‘Furies' are the ancient Greek Gods of vengeance and violence," says Mark Ryan of the title of his latest album. "The Furies were tamed," he continues, "but in my story, they are waking up and the ancient chaotic ways are resurfacing." Ryan (The Marked Men, High Tension Wires, Radioactivity), alongside Peter Salisbury (Baptist Generals) on synth and Mike Throneberry (The Marked Men) on drums, lead this modernistic, machine-like and cinematic version of the story of the Furies and have churned out something furious in return; this is their most electronic album yet. Gone are any notions of Ryan's former project the Marked Men and its style of winningly bombastic garage-pop. Since 2012's Meltdown, Mind Spiders have been perfecting an aggressive, relentless, frenetic and melodic style of punk that is a long, dark shadow of DEVO but carries something much more sinister in its jaws as it slinks its way through the ears, illustrated by their lone, intensified cover of Grauzone's 1980 hit, "Eisbaer." It's a sound for the new dark ages, emboldened by urgency and sped along by some good old fashioned panic.