Interlace - Innuendo
EBM, Industrial Swedish Interlace has now released their first album 'Innuendo'. Earlier they've been on collection albums like 'Cryonica Tanz V.2' and 'Septic III' with the song "Soul of a new machine" which also is on this album.

Interlace takes over where Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly stopped with their powerful visionary industry sound. On the album there are dance songs like "Soul of a new machine" and the heavy as lead track "Relapse", but also more dark and dull, heavy tracks like "Ascent" and "Stone mirror". All in one powerful, heavy, industrial environment that makes Interlace work on both dance floors, in your stereo and in your portable music player.

This is a very effective debut album that will lead Interlace straight on to the international market and I would be surprised if in the future we don't see Interlace as a big name on for example Wave Gotik Treffen and other large festivals.

The design is industrial and sums up Interlaces music in a very good way, with a bit of difficulties to read and the song list is unfortunate irritatingly hard to read.
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Brutal Resonance

Interlace - Innuendo

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2002 by Memento Materia
Swedish Interlace has now released their first album 'Innuendo'. Earlier they've been on collection albums like 'Cryonica Tanz V.2' and 'Septic III' with the song "Soul of a new machine" which also is on this album.

Interlace takes over where Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly stopped with their powerful visionary industry sound. On the album there are dance songs like "Soul of a new machine" and the heavy as lead track "Relapse", but also more dark and dull, heavy tracks like "Ascent" and "Stone mirror". All in one powerful, heavy, industrial environment that makes Interlace work on both dance floors, in your stereo and in your portable music player.

This is a very effective debut album that will lead Interlace straight on to the international market and I would be surprised if in the future we don't see Interlace as a big name on for example Wave Gotik Treffen and other large festivals.

The design is industrial and sums up Interlaces music in a very good way, with a bit of difficulties to read and the song list is unfortunate irritatingly hard to read. Jan 01 2002

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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