Devilsight – “Luna” album review
VA - Halotan Records Sampler 09
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Opening track of the album, “Siente” is already known to evryone who listened to Halotan sampler. This song is rather representative for the whole record – fast, floor-oriented, with distorted vocals – yet it’s catchy, and it’s lead synths create an athmosphere that could be described as… melancholic, and it all fits perfectly. “Del cartel” and “La ceguera” – the second and third tracks on the album – folow that path, but are even more agressive. “Extraños en la Oscuridad”, which comes after those three is one of my fauvorite songs on the album. A little bit slower tempo, pounding bass and militaristuc samples (which may recall a little bit Grendel’s “Soilbleed”) make this song a perfect dark electro march.
In “Necessary words” lead singer, Stan, shows that he is opened fore some other forms of articulations than distortion pushed to maximum, and Baltazar (responsable for music) delivers some atmosperical breaks in the wall of noise.