Reism's Followup album Something Darker was released January 2011. This album shows a darker rawer side to the band, as they've developed their style.
Released nov 2019, Dysthymia is the result of a nine-year-long process, and has become an open diary into REISM’s thoughts. The songs are largely autobiographical and deal with themes such as betrayal, grief, loss, depression and humanity's selfishness and hopelessness.
Reism's debut album 'Lifestyle Product' was released in November 2005. It contains 11 tracks with songs ranging from the hauntingly gothic "I Will Fall" to the hard rocking "What I See." 'Lifestyle Product' defines and delivers what electronic rock is all about.