Ad Inferna - DSM
Dark Electro, Industrial Ad Inferna is a French electro/industrial artist which just released their new full length album 'DSM'. The last time we heard from the band was when the album 'Trance:N:Dance' was released sometime ago.

This time around the bands music has changed quite a bit and it features no guitars and a more electro and psytrance based sound. What you still get is the French vocals backed up with some female vocals in some tracks and a hard bass making your ears distorted.

The album offers ten tracks and three remixes. The tracks, having a red line going through them, offers some variation even thought you can hear a lot of similarities in the music. You got some nice club tracks with aggressive beats and fast melodies and then you got some more tuned down tracks which offers a bit more easy listening. I really like the production of this album and the vocals melt right into the music and fits very well both the distorted ones and the clean ones.

Some minor things is that I can recognize the baselines similarities in a few of the tracks like it's being repeated and that could be something they could have changed but its just some minor thing and then most of the tracks are in French so as I wrote and complained about in the last review I did of them I would like to see more tracks in English so that one could hear what the tracks are about.

This is a good album and it's a bit different from the usual electro/industrial acts out there.
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Ad Inferna - DSM

Ad Inferna is a French electro/industrial artist which just released their new full length album 'DSM'. The last time we heard from the band was when the album 'Trance:N:Dance' was released sometime ago.

This time around the bands music has changed quite a bit and it features no guitars and a more electro and psytrance based sound. What you still get is the French vocals backed up with some female vocals in some tracks and a hard bass making your ears distorted.

The album offers ten tracks and three remixes. The tracks, having a red line going through them, offers some variation even thought you can hear a lot of similarities in the music. You got some nice club tracks with aggressive beats and fast melodies and then you got some more tuned down tracks which offers a bit more easy listening. I really like the production of this album and the vocals melt right into the music and fits very well both the distorted ones and the clean ones.

Some minor things is that I can recognize the baselines similarities in a few of the tracks like it's being repeated and that could be something they could have changed but its just some minor thing and then most of the tracks are in French so as I wrote and complained about in the last review I did of them I would like to see more tracks in English so that one could hear what the tracks are about.

This is a good album and it's a bit different from the usual electro/industrial acts out there.
Aug 10 2010

Fredrik Croona

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