That Mexico is a fertile ground for various industrial formations, so you have to bring in the past by SkullLine in experience. The aim of this compilation, the label gives us now a little more insight into the work of several musicians, with some already able to achieve the attention of several publications.
The title "Al Grito De Guerra" is taken from the Mexican national anthem, and refers to the history of the country.
It starts with Escuadron MUERTE DE LA, a really pretty heavy industrial project, which is dedicated primarily to Power Electronics.
Amazingly, they are but the two implementations rather tame, one side, here comes the really good effect, with the second piece is just so very difficult.
Ante bellum boasts a perfect combination of neoclassical and martial Klanggut. This means it easily, pull the listener into the spell, but the two settings with dramatic and wonderful Melodiegebung points.
For those who are not familiar with this project, an absolute must on my part!
Novus Orbis also been able to impress me mightily, but the wakes behind again active musician with soulful keyboard playing the listener's attention.
This kind of music is in my eyes already almost perfect embellishment of a cathedral - detail, dreamy and supplied with plenty of atmosphere. Super!
CENTAURO DEL NORTE was unknown to me and comes up with fanfares and various drum rhythms that just brings it all to end, a somewhat troubled character, on the other hand, shows a very personal touch.
Again, it is necessary to monitor this project.
With LE DERNIER ATTAGUE it is really interesting again. The listener is captivated with polyphonic rhythms that are so engaging that they be drilled at once.
So those are two pieces of quality to settle near the top and stir up hope in the future to maybe be able to enjoy a full album.
"Al Grito De Guerra" is a damn strong sampler that shows very impressively the potential of the Mexican scene and is for all friends of the neoclassical or the martial sounds an absolute obligation to work. Hence: Buy Now!
Review from NECROWEBRating: [5 of 5 Stars!]