With the release of "The Chaos Breed" and its instrumental counterpart, Necropsyk decided to take on a new look in the music scene. Going from Industrial/Dark Electro to metal was a big change for Osiris Morte. He plans on keeping similarities in the genre change, but ultimately decided the switch was for the best. Osiris joined forces with Rex Ruins (guitar) and Disarray Doll (keyboard) to make this new vision a reality. He is still on the search for members that are capable of playing his new material, and Necropsyk's first single "Freakshow" will be released December 12th on Itunes, bandcamp, etc. Prepare for a new era of Necropsyk!
With the chimes that accompany a ballerina in a sadistic music box, Chaos Breed opens up the album with a dark tone and harsh vocals. The hard hitting electronic bass that comes in spontaneously managed to floor me in every sense possible. The adjacent placement of the lighter elements to darker tones brought out a terrific outing for the album.
Driving forth more of an EBM derived beat, though not just solely sticking with that genre as more club elements manage to break out, the tracks turn up the volume and delivers a high octane element that you can certainly dance, if not, stomp to. The vocal work presented here is superb, and on spot in every instance rung out in the whole album.
With an electro-industrial feel slamming out, the clash of classical instrumentation with modern day technology boasted a pretty energetic and unique song. Diving into electronic territory, Necropysk pushes forth another wonderful album that's backed by elements of trance. More approachable for a wider audience, that is fast and fun.
With a renewed frenetic energy ebbing off, chemicalutilized the pitch perfect lead vocals to switch between energized and fast vocals to more held notes, all the while the beat never loses its hyper tension.
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