What it is, however, is a party album that’s going to work wonders in clubs. It’s full-on energy to the max throughout, and it’s catchy as hell. It’s something of a continuation of the Leæther Strip sound, which is not a bad thing, it’s only that there are so incredibly many bands doing this right now, and Claus Larsen still did it better than anyone else.
Red Cell distinguish themselves by their sheer energy; there’s never time to get up for air as chugging guitars, furious drums and those all too familiar rave leads smatter around the place.
I hope you know by now if you want "Hybrid Society" or not. Nothing new in the world of modern EBM (not much is anymore), but this is executed with competence.