Noesis (Spa) - _When All Colours Are Dead_
(Independent, 2007)
by: Quentin Kalis (7 out of 10)
Not to be confused with the American death thrashers, these Spaniards are comfortably located within the spectrum of industrial metal. Possessing a tendency to utilize a wider a range of EBM / industrial dance effects than many of their peers, they remain a metal band, and their potent staccato riffs and catchy melodies dominate this album. The vocalist starts to grate after a while, but admittedly his throaty yet clear voice suits the music, and I imagine many others will disagree. Overall, this does not strike me as a particularly original release, but is more than adequate and will be equally at home on the shelves of The Kovenant fans (who, along with Rammstein, are unsurprisingly cited as influences) and for attracting pallid, PVC clad seƱoritas onto the dance floor. And really, what more can you ask for?


(article published 4/7/2007)

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