Album: "Inside The Outside"
Label: n/a (2000)
Style: Electro-industrial
Songs: 7


Reviewed by: Darklight

Trans Dimensional Voice is an electro-industrial band with an experimental kick. All of the basics are in place including frantic haywire electronic programming and beats, obscure samples, dark melodies and distorted male vocals.

This style of music has been done before, and done better. But thatís not to say that it isnít good. Itís actually fairly decent, but lacks originality. Thereís really nothing offered here that hasnít been done already. But what makes this band a little different from other electro-industrial artists is the experimental edge it features. The songs offered here arenít simply straight forward structured club tracks. They include sporadic rhythms and beats combined with a lot of changing sound directions and odd samples. This allows things to be a little more interesting.

This act does show potential on this release. They offer some good ideas here that I could see being taken in a slightly better direction. But only they can decide what they do in the future with their sound.

I canít really recommend this CD as it only offers seven songs, and not all of them are appealing. And even the ones that are arenít anything to get too excited over. I would like to see what this band does next with a full-length release.