Innfight - 'Black Dog' Hot

Added by Central Electronic Brain     November 04, 2018    
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It goes nowhere, except to all those bands it loves, in order to say "look, we can do it too".

A little bit of Joy Division here, a little Goth there, lots of Metal and Alternative everywhere! Germany's Innfight do what lots do.

So, 'Out Of My Sight' may try to pin you to your seat, but it ensures there's enough slower anguish for you too. It's the same thing really with 'Located By No One'; while 'In Movement' is slower and more portentous, but not markedly different, whilst album closer 'Feeding Your Demons' is undeniably large, but it doesn't deviate.
At least 'Get Up' uncorks some guitar histrionics before it settles into the usual sound, and 'Bright Lights' has a little piano early on and some organ during; 'Shame' has half a chance though, growing on tough riffing before it ultimately Alternatives-up the centre.

This is in thrall to Sisters Of Mercy, to Dark Metal and to Alternative anguish. It goes nowhere, except to all those bands it loves, in order to say "look, we can do it too"! Special mention should be given to Eugene Leonhardt, whose guitar is given the difficult task of creating some interest; he doesn't half try hard, with warm tones and soaring solos.
But that's really all. Produced by Rolf Munkes to be thick and troublesome, some will surely like this. They're not wrong. Nor are those who shrug and think "we've heard this before".

Innfight? They're ten-a-penny in my town and this one doesn't even clear the bar.

Steve Swift

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