Nachtmahr - Alle Lust Will Ewigkeit
EBM, Industrial Thomas Rainer the man behind Lâme Immortelle is back with his solo project Nachtmahr. This is the second full length album called 'Alle Lust will Ewigkeit'.

I must say this album is one of the better ones this year and there are very few things I don't like about it. 'Alle Lust will Ewigkeit' is a album which features 11 tracks some instrumental and some with vocals. I can say that if you like melodic fast industrial/EBM music this album will not disappoint you in any way.

Three tracks that blew me away are "Alle lust will ewigkeit", "Tanzdiktator" and "Klingen". Those three are absolutely wonderful club tracks that won't leave the dance floor empty. The downside of this album is that there are a few instrumental tracks that I think would sound a lot better if they had vocals and I don't really see the point where you make an album where about 70% of the tracks are with vocals and just leave 30% without, but that might just be me. Also the vocals needs a little bit of improvement since I feel they sound a bit too "raw" and not well worked on.

Besides these small flaws this is a solid album and it is a must buy if you like good electro music, I for one is already looking forward to the next release.
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Nachtmahr - Alle Lust Will Ewigkeit

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"Amazing"
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Released 2009 by Trisol Music Group
Thomas Rainer the man behind Lâme Immortelle is back with his solo project Nachtmahr. This is the second full length album called 'Alle Lust will Ewigkeit'.

I must say this album is one of the better ones this year and there are very few things I don't like about it. 'Alle Lust will Ewigkeit' is a album which features 11 tracks some instrumental and some with vocals. I can say that if you like melodic fast industrial/EBM music this album will not disappoint you in any way.

Three tracks that blew me away are "Alle lust will ewigkeit", "Tanzdiktator" and "Klingen". Those three are absolutely wonderful club tracks that won't leave the dance floor empty. The downside of this album is that there are a few instrumental tracks that I think would sound a lot better if they had vocals and I don't really see the point where you make an album where about 70% of the tracks are with vocals and just leave 30% without, but that might just be me. Also the vocals needs a little bit of improvement since I feel they sound a bit too "raw" and not well worked on.

Besides these small flaws this is a solid album and it is a must buy if you like good electro music, I for one is already looking forward to the next release.
Aug 24 2009

Fredrik Croona

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