Ad Inferna - Trance n Dance
Dark Electro, Industrial Ad Inferna is an industrial metal band hailing from the country called France. Their music could most easily be described as a mix of electro combined with distorted guitars and both clean and screaming vocals in both French and English.

'Trance n Dance' is the latest release from this band and it features eight tracks and four remixes. The album is a very solid one with nice distorted guitars and melodic synthesizer patterns. The sound is very clean and sounds good, feels pretty well produced. My favorite tracks on this album are "Rédemption", "SM for SM" and "Métamorphose". The only real downside to this album is that there are a lot of French vocals and I can't understand any if them and the visage cover "Fade to Grey" seems a bit flat compared to the original, even if I like the guitars on this track. Another thing is the remixes they aren't close to as good as the originals, they feel very uninspired and boring and from the remixes side they could probably have done better.

If you like industrial metal that don't feature 100% screaming vocals and just pumping guitars this is definitely for you.
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Ad Inferna - Trance n Dance

Ad Inferna is an industrial metal band hailing from the country called France. Their music could most easily be described as a mix of electro combined with distorted guitars and both clean and screaming vocals in both French and English.

'Trance n Dance' is the latest release from this band and it features eight tracks and four remixes. The album is a very solid one with nice distorted guitars and melodic synthesizer patterns. The sound is very clean and sounds good, feels pretty well produced. My favorite tracks on this album are "Rédemption", "SM for SM" and "Métamorphose". The only real downside to this album is that there are a lot of French vocals and I can't understand any if them and the visage cover "Fade to Grey" seems a bit flat compared to the original, even if I like the guitars on this track. Another thing is the remixes they aren't close to as good as the originals, they feel very uninspired and boring and from the remixes side they could probably have done better.

If you like industrial metal that don't feature 100% screaming vocals and just pumping guitars this is definitely for you.
Sep 29 2009

Fredrik Croona

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