Ayria - Hearts For Bullets
EBM, Futurepop My first encounter with Ayria was when I heard "The Gun Song" when I was about to review the compilation album 'Cryonica Tanz Vol 5', I can't say anything else than I was simply and honestly amazed. Even though it was not the same version as on the album, the album version as well as the album in itself does not fall short in any way.

Ayria is at her best when she combines a cocky attitude with equally cocky electric beats and that makes "Bad List", "The Gun Song", "1000 Transmissions", "Suck It Up" as well as "Blue Alice" my favourites. On the other hand, Ayria shows a full spectrum of her talent with the more poppy tracks like "Invisible" and "Analog Trash", making this a more wither experience.

Ayria does things the right way. Good variation of sounds and melodies and when she uses vocal effects, she uses them smart and not overdoing it.

This is one fucked up album!
5
Brutal Resonance

Ayria - Hearts For Bullets

9.0
"Amazing"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2008 by Alfa-Matrix
My first encounter with Ayria was when I heard "The Gun Song" when I was about to review the compilation album 'Cryonica Tanz Vol 5', I can't say anything else than I was simply and honestly amazed. Even though it was not the same version as on the album, the album version as well as the album in itself does not fall short in any way.

Ayria is at her best when she combines a cocky attitude with equally cocky electric beats and that makes "Bad List", "The Gun Song", "1000 Transmissions", "Suck It Up" as well as "Blue Alice" my favourites. On the other hand, Ayria shows a full spectrum of her talent with the more poppy tracks like "Invisible" and "Analog Trash", making this a more wither experience.

Ayria does things the right way. Good variation of sounds and melodies and when she uses vocal effects, she uses them smart and not overdoing it.

This is one fucked up album!
Apr 14 2009

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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