A labyrinth of dark rooms and graffitied walls, electrowerkz is the perfect setting for 3TeeTH’s filthy industrial metal. The lA cyber-warriors only stepped off a delayed long-haul flight a couple of hours ago, but the first visceral beats of Divine Weapon land with enough force to destroy the exposed pipework, never mind the jetlag. Talismanic frontman Alexis Mincella is a fascinating individual – his explanation of the concept for album <shutdown.exe.> will boggle your head – but he’s even more intriguing in the flesh. Dressed head to toe in leather, with a floppy mohawk and round sunglasses, he oozes the kind of powerful aura that sits densely on the air, hypnotic to watch. On Atrophy and Slavegod, his vocal cords sound like they’ve been rubbed down with corrosive acid, matched by the cold intensity of X-Day, which grinds to life like a hellish death machine. The set climaxes with an explosive Nihil in a crush of strobes, snapping metal jaws and Front line Assemblymeets-Rammstein ferocity, leaving a writhing, exhilarated room bellowing for more.