HUMANGLED (Italy) “Odd Ethics” CD EP review by Aristocrazia Webzine

HUMANGLED (Italy) “Odd Ethics” CD EP review

by Aristocrazia Webzine

By Mourning

The Tuscans Humangled we had left in 2010 after being interviewed and having reviewed the debut album “Fractal”, you will find links and references to both items in the lists of competence. A recur after two years with a renewed line up three-fifths, the two figures were Goreds founder Andrew (vocals) and Luke Scurb (guitar), there is now the presence of a second guitarist, Vhell Miscarriage, and a rhythm section that sees Frank Nichols (bass) and Valdester (battery ) play the roles that they belonged in the past to Tat0 and Raffaele Pezzella, will therefore be changed something at the level of sound? The fifteen minutes of the ep poor “Odd Ethics” say so. nature linked to the names of the old guard was not corrupt, we are always dealing with an education that loves the period between the end of the eighties and early nineties but while following the philosophy concerning the wickedness and management of influences, many recognizable from Carcass to Autopsy, through our own territories, drawing perhaps unconsciously by the great act of black / thrash italics as Schizo, it is not deny “progress” while remaining turns away from technical people like Atheist. ‘s a series of simple structures that gives life to those songs, but that aligns notes to provide that feeling that leads me to use the term progression related to their elementary music and combines tasteful these two aspects emphasizing the parts black and morbid, pieces such as “Skinned, To Feel All” and “Smells Acrid” encapsulate their execution that thought, and being able to cross the schematic composition enclosed with the label “old school”. know The Humangled be heavy and pestilential nell’opener “Needles Of The Blind” as minimalist and unexpected ups and downs in “Deny Your Creed”, a song that loosens and tightens grip on more than one occasion. The growth and even groped want to go beyond what has been developed in antecedence are valuable and logistical support behind the mixing desk, which once again was asked Dan Sweyn, ensures a full sound and a professional hard to call into question that fully supports the intent. yet another revolution was needed to refresh the sound? Probably yes, and if the result is “Odd Ethics” we welcome those choices. ‘s hope that the successor of the solid, but a little ‘standard, “Fractal” circles early in our ears, quest’ep take as a starting point to build the foundations and in the near future we will have for sure a different story with which we can compare. The work is still in progress and are going in the right direction, good luck!

This review was originally written in Italian and has been translated using Google Translate. To view the original review in Italian click the link below.

Review link: http://www.aristocraziawebzine.blogspot.it/2012/11/humangled-odd-ethics.html

Humangled links:

Myspace: www.myspace.com/humangled

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Humangled

Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/humangled

Last fm: www.last.fm/music/Humangled

Abyss Records links:

Label & Online Music Store: www.officialabyssrecords.com

Myspace: www.myspace.com/abyssrecordsofficial

Facebook: www.facebook.com/OfficialAbyssRecords

Reverbnation: www.reverbnation.com/label/abyssrecords

Last fm: www.last.fm/label/AbyssRecords

Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/MinionfortheAbyss

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbyssRecords

Other links:

To purchase HUMANGLED “Odd Ethics” CD EP, “Fractal” DIGI CD and other HUMANGLED merchandise go to: www.officialabyssrecords.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=humangled

To preview a song from “Fractal” go to: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpLkU2593sk

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