Italian outfit Templebeat spent much of the 1990s offering up decidedly dark, dystopian and muscular blends of EBM, techno, new beat and industrial music on a variety of obscure, DIY labels. "Interzone" was one such release. It appeared in limited numbers on cassette in 1992, and is here given the vinyl reissue treatment for the very first time. It remains a distinctively murky and alluring set, with the band blending their own throbbing, arpeggio-driven rhythms, razor-sharp electronics, mind-altering synthesizer riffs and Nitzer Ebb style vocals with various spoken word snippets and sampled dialogue. It's a blueprint that makes for a fine selection of tracks, with thrusting and teak-tough dancefloor workouts being joined by occasional forays into moody, clandestine ambient.