Time Out says
Infamous for his nihilistic, hedonistic brand of pop satanism and black metal meets mall-goth aesthetic, the legendary ’90s shock-rocker touches down in New York to air songs from his new album, Heaven Upside Down. While his previous release, 2015's The Pale Emperor, traded in mellower glitter rock-ish glam, this year's follow-up returns to the campily bombastic, creepy industrial rawk the Trent Reznor protégé initially became famous for. Make sure to arrive early to catch Alice Glass—the endlessly captivating former frontwoman of Crystal Castles—as she steps out into a solo career. So dust off your copies of Antichrist Superstar, comb down your forward mullets and get ready to brood.