Le Moderniste, a well-established act in the Rhythm'n'Noise scene joins HANDS in 2013 and releases "Too Rough Is Never Enough" - the title implies the roughness that's indeed a predominant feature of every Le Moderniste track, and of course you can expect a number of lean and mean weapons for Industrial dancefloors. But also the album has a lot of variation and complexity to offer, with atmospheric interludes, dismal undertones and changes of rhythmic pace. Misanthropic entertainment at its best! "Too Rough Is Never Enough" is an album that surely doesn't reveal all its facets upon first listen - repeated exposure is recommended to fully appreciate all the details that appear within the framework of the album concept. What's most important, while a lot of it appears to be negative in attitude, you very clearly feel that this is album Laurent Delogne's own private monster, very much heartfelt and sincere. So, do you dare to let it grow on you?
Tracklist: 01 Controlling My Subconscious 02 At The Edge Of The End 03 Exalted Vices 04 Limbic System Desintegration 05 Say My Name 06 It Creeps Into My Mind 07 Dysmorphobia 08 Manic Depression 09 Anthropomorphism 10 Paranoid Delirium 11 Ischemic Accident 12 Nausea & Anxiety 13 Rupture 14 Vorerst 15 They Said To Do It 16 Thalamus Influx 17 The Rite - Salvation Paid In Blood