Inner Thought where a band from Canada that had a member of Slaughter(Death thrash) that played a style that I would describe as industrial doom/death with a black metal edge and this is a review of their 1994 album "Worldly Seperation" which was released on both Dwell and Withchunt Records.
Drum programming uses a mixture of slow and fast beats while the keyboards enhance the atmosphere of the music and have alot of industrial influences, as for the bass playing it follows the riffs that are coming out of the guitars.
Rhythm guitars are a mixture of slow doom metal riffs and fast death metal riffing, while the lead guitars are melodic and technical sounding solos that use a wah wah pedal and alot of dark sounding scales that sounds very professional.
Vocals are a mixture of deep death metal growls and some high pitched screams that bring a black metal edge to the music with a little bit of clean singing vocals and some samples, while the lyrics cover some anti catholism topics, as well as war and the corruption of mankind, as for the production on this recording which was recorded at THE METAL WORKS in Mississaqa, Ontario, Canada sounds very professional and you can hear all of the musical instruments on this album.
In my opinion Inner Thought where a very underated band for there time and if you are a fan of death metal that mixes doom, black metal and industrial you should check this band out. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Worldly Seperation" "In Ourselves We Trust" and "War". RECOMMENDED BUY.