The Swedish quartet Marina Siertis strive hard to make electronic goth music palatable for a modern day audience. 'Disease', their latest effort, consists of basically just two songs: the title song is included in original and mixed forms whilst 'I Never Went To The English Beach' can be referred to as the B-side. Intriguingly, that B-side is the best of the bunch. The vocals of Martin Löfgren sound rich and dominant; perfectly suited to the misery-laden string effects and cold synth surroundings. 'Disease' itself owes a lot to mid-80s Depeche Mode and despite being a little over-mannered, it's a decent track; neither improved or spoiled in its different forms. If they can avoid the usual goth clichés and concentrate on their own sound, Marina Siertis could gain further respect for a genre that has been gaining further credibility of late.