Disorder Faith – Fury (Album – Advoxya Records)

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Genre/Influences: Dark-Electro.

Format: Digital, CD.

Background/Info: Advoxya Records last year signed the Peruvian project Disorder Faith. Set up in 2013 and driven by ‘Sinnis Dahmer’ Disorder Faith self-released a few productions before their official album “Fury” released early 2022.

Content: This album sounds like pure ‘hell-electro’; a tormented and powerful Dark-Electro format creating the feeling it has been composed by evil forces. The tracks are driven by a fast tempo and icy sequences. It’s a violent production with on top ultra-harsh, distorted vocals giving you the sensation of a hunted beast. The album features 9 songs plus 3 remixes by Infected Sound System, Dunkelsucht and Amduscia.

+ + + : The sound and music style bring no surprise but I’ve to admit it’s a well-crafted composition mixing power and melodic elements. I like most of the sound treatments which have something refreshing. The way the songs have been built up is really cool. The vocals -sung in Spanish and English, are extremely harsh but nicely mixed with clearer passages creating the effect of two singers.

– – – : I sometimes would prefer hearting less distorted vocals as you didn’t understand any single word from some passages. I expected a bit more from the remixes and especially the one by Amduscia.

Conclusion: Disorder Faith is a nice addition to the Dark-Electro roster of Advoxya Records. “Fury” is an album to purchase.

Best songs: “Harsh Never Dies”, “A Lovely Place”, “Dystopia”, “Revolución Total”, “Juicio Final”.

Rate: 8.

Artist: www.facebook.com/DisorderFaith

Label: www.advoxya-records.com / www.facebook.com/pages/Advoxya-Records/265765706059

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