French electro/industrial/gothic band AD INFERNA, which features in its ranks SETH mainman/vocalist Vicomte Vampyr Arkames, last month released its sixth album, "Im Mortelle", via DSM Records. According to a press release, the CD — which features a guest appeance by Minneapolis, Minnesota-based singer Melissa Ferlaak (PLAGUE OF STARS, AESMA DAEVA, VISIONS OF ATLANTIS, ECHOTERRA) — sees AD INFERNA "unveil[ing] an intimistic and very personal part of their soul. Their trip into space takes us where the reason ends & where the madness begins. Magic, bewitching, disturbing and so sensual, 'Im Mortelle' won't leave you indifferent."
"Im Mortelle" track listing:
01. Eternity Regained (feat. Melissa Ferlaak)
02. The Freezing Light (feat. MyLucina)
03. Extra Life 04. ReBirth (feat. Annie Bertram)
05. One Million Miles Away 06. Equinoxe (feat. Alina Dunaevskaya)
07. In-Human 08. Moïra (Bewitched by Jana Cova)
09. Ad Vitam (feat. Melissa Ferlaak)
10. Eternity Regained (acoustic version) (bonus track)
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