Imago EBM, Industrial Interlace Interlace is finally back after some technical problems which pushed the release date forward about a half a year. Now they are more aggressive than ever and their music and lyrics seems to be more powerful than ever before. The well-written lyrics are performed by the singer Oscar that have a strong and powerful voice and he is backed up by massive beats with sequences of noisy machineries. "Master" is the first track out on this new album and has also been released as a single with the same name. This track is one of the strongest I've heard in a long time and I'm totally convinced that it will be a hit at the heavier dance floors for many years. Still you shouldn't just focus on the mention track since there's allot of other great tracks to enjoy. "Sleep on Stones", "Elohim", "Cristalline Hush" and "Track Two" to mention a few. The astonishing cover is designed by Dace McKean and Teiaiel, with the perfect symbiosis between a spider and a man make the visual and the musical feels very well-produced. The cover makes me think of Front Line Assembly's layout for their "Implode"-album from 1999. The first time I heard the record and really liked it, and it gets even better every time I hear it. This is something Interlace really should be pleased with. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 550
Brutal Resonance

Interlace - Imago

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2004 by Memento Materia
Interlace is finally back after some technical problems which pushed the release date forward about a half a year. Now they are more aggressive than ever and their music and lyrics seems to be more powerful than ever before. The well-written lyrics are performed by the singer Oscar that have a strong and powerful voice and he is backed up by massive beats with sequences of noisy machineries.

"Master" is the first track out on this new album and has also been released as a single with the same name. This track is one of the strongest I've heard in a long time and I'm totally convinced that it will be a hit at the heavier dance floors for many years. Still you shouldn't just focus on the mention track since there's allot of other great tracks to enjoy. "Sleep on Stones", "Elohim", "Cristalline Hush" and "Track Two" to mention a few.

The astonishing cover is designed by Dace McKean and Teiaiel, with the perfect symbiosis between a spider and a man make the visual and the musical feels very well-produced. The cover makes me think of Front Line Assembly's layout for their "Implode"-album from 1999.

The first time I heard the record and really liked it, and it gets even better every time I hear it. This is something Interlace really should be pleased with.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2004

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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