Genre/Influences: Cinematographic, Industrial, dark-Ambient.
Content: This EP features 4 tracks, which more than ever before sounds driven by Cinematographic music. You’ll notice Dark-Ambient influences and heavy epic-like arrangements with extra Industrial sounds and noises on top, but the global production remains Cinematographic-like.
+ + + : This is a noticeable production in the Cinematographic/Ambient approach of the band. The tracks are well-crafted, but especially the epic arrangements inject an extra touch of drama to the work. “Working For The Devil 3” is a brilliant piece of music. I also like the more metallic sounds running through the work, which are empowering the Industrial input.
– – – : The EP is maybe missing a kind of ultimate apotheosis, but you don’t hear me complaining as this is a pretty cool listening.
Conclusion: Autopsia has already released an endless number of productions, but this series for sure belongs to their best productions in history.
Best songs: “Working For The Devil 3”, “Working For The Devil 1”.
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