Album: "I'm Alive" (1996)
Label: Metropolis Records
Style: Electro industrial
Songs: 12


Reviewed by: Darklight

This is dark upbeat electro industrial music that would be great for the dance floor. The electronic rhythms and beats are extremely catchy, and make you want move the instant that you hear them. The melodic synths in the background compliment the electronics, and give the music a full sound. The music on this album stands out. It's very quality without a typical sound to it. It's quite experimental, but structured all at the same time. There are vocals on most of the tracks. They are distorted with a heavy accent. I wouldn't really consider the vocals singing, but rather words being growled over the music. It's the music that stands out here, but the vocals are a nice touch. They do help give the music an edge that it just wouldn't have without them. The vocals don't change much from track to track. But the music changes quite a lot, and keeps the album interesting. There are some slow moments and instrumentals that take away from the album a bit. It's definitely the energy packed dance tracks that stand out here. If you like electro industrial music and are getting tired of the same old thing, give this album a try.