Inertia - Deworlded
EBM, Electro Inertia, founded in 1992, is back with their first studio album in three years. Will this one go down as the most epic of epic electro releases, or is this something that will pass by in the long run?

I would not say that I have listened to everything that Inertia have released, but I have a few albums with them and unfortunately, they have never been a band that managed to really drag me close and unwilling to let go, and even though I enjoy listening to their new album 'Deworlded', I'm pretty sure that this album is not going to be one of my personal classics that I pick up now and then.

There are some good tracks worth mentioning like "Anticulture", "Feed", "Repeat & Follow", "Fallout" (both from the earlier reviewed EP 'Repeat & Follow') and "Alien". Probably I should mention the last track "Capture" that has some major Depeche alike sound in the refrain.

A good way to finish of this review is to say that this album is enjoyable and you should take a closer look, but to me personally, it lacks that special touch.
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Brutal Resonance

Inertia - Deworlded

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Cryonica Music
Inertia, founded in 1992, is back with their first studio album in three years. Will this one go down as the most epic of epic electro releases, or is this something that will pass by in the long run?

I would not say that I have listened to everything that Inertia have released, but I have a few albums with them and unfortunately, they have never been a band that managed to really drag me close and unwilling to let go, and even though I enjoy listening to their new album 'Deworlded', I'm pretty sure that this album is not going to be one of my personal classics that I pick up now and then.

There are some good tracks worth mentioning like "Anticulture", "Feed", "Repeat & Follow", "Fallout" (both from the earlier reviewed EP 'Repeat & Follow') and "Alien". Probably I should mention the last track "Capture" that has some major Depeche alike sound in the refrain.

A good way to finish of this review is to say that this album is enjoyable and you should take a closer look, but to me personally, it lacks that special touch.
Nov 22 2010

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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