Devilsight – “Luna” album review
The title track, “Luna” continues this path, adding some interesting mid-tempo dubstep-pike rythms (however without wobbling bass) and great lead synths which recall a little bit some sort of haunted female voice. Those experiments go even further in instrumental dance strack “Christus”, that is one of the most interesting dark electro instrumental which I’ve heard since some time.
The last few songs on the album keep the high quality of songwriting. I enjoyed especially heavy basslines of apocaliptic “Todo esta más cerca” and dense and dark ambiance of the closing track “Amante del Demonio”.
Lets summarize: the album consists of 10 well-crafted dark electro tracks (+ interesting remix done by Stahlnebel & Black Selket). No revolution here, just pure aggrotech, but it’s done very well. Although there are some influecnes of new electronic trends, the majority of music that you will hear on “Luna” stays faithful to the golden times of the genre (second half of the 90s).
Most of the songs are sung in Spanish which in my opinion is a very good decision, since it adds some originaility to the album. And speaking about originality one thing is sure – you cannot mistake Devilsight with any of the german dark electro acts. The Mexicans are composing their tunes smoothly, and while listening to “Luna” you don’t have an impression of listening of programmed sound cubes, but you fell some coherency and fluidity in this stuff. Don’t hesitate and listen or buy this great album from their bandcamp or Advoxya shop.