Devilsight - La Ceguera
Harsh EBM PEOPLE FROM MEXICO! I KNOW YOU ALL LOVE HOCICO AND ARE PROUD OF THEM. AND I ALSO UNDERSTAND THEY WENT ON TO LIVE A LUSH AND LUXERIOUS LIFE IN GERMANY. BUT THAT DOES NOT MEAN THAT IMITATING HOCICO AS A MEXICAN BAND WILL GET YOU THE SAME LUSH AND LUXERIOUS LIFE. BANDS FROM MEXICO: STOP SOUNDING LIKE HOCICO!

Serious! Why does everyone which I get from Mexico sounds like Hocico? I know quite some people from Mexico and have met quite some, and they are all adorable people and very nice, but seriously: If you are an EBM or Industrial band from Mexico its totally OK to NOT sound like Hocico. Try it out! It's totally OK to sing in Spanish because its cool, but please go do something NOT Hocico. Thank you!

This is the second of EP a band from Mexico who sounds quite like another Mexican band i might have mentioned before. On their previous EP they even had a cover from that particular band, so they are fans I guess. This EP is also not very interesting. We get an original and three remixes of that. I have never been a big fan of remixes, and i rather see EP's like this with three original songs and one remix. The original song is not bad at all. Not very good either, but it would hold up quite nice as a B-side on a single of that Mexican band i might have pointed at in this review.

The remixes add nothing to the original, and the ones made by In-finite 23 and Paranoia Bioproject are even pretty bad. The last one is even so bad it resulted in this EP getting a 4. The Gennesys remix is better, but doesn't beat the original. If this EP had 4 original songs on par with the original La Ceguera track, i would have given it a 6, so remixes can seriously fuck up your releases.

Obviously these guys have talent, but I seriously would like them to develop a sound of there own. I love Spanish lyrics and i think we should have more of that, but if it all sounds like Hocico i am out of Hispanic EBM.
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Brutal Resonance

Devilsight - La Ceguera

4.0
"Bad"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released off label 2011
PEOPLE FROM MEXICO! I KNOW YOU ALL LOVE HOCICO AND ARE PROUD OF THEM. AND I ALSO UNDERSTAND THEY WENT ON TO LIVE A LUSH AND LUXERIOUS LIFE IN GERMANY. BUT THAT DOES NOT MEAN THAT IMITATING HOCICO AS A MEXICAN BAND WILL GET YOU THE SAME LUSH AND LUXERIOUS LIFE. BANDS FROM MEXICO: STOP SOUNDING LIKE HOCICO!

Serious! Why does everyone which I get from Mexico sounds like Hocico? I know quite some people from Mexico and have met quite some, and they are all adorable people and very nice, but seriously: If you are an EBM or Industrial band from Mexico its totally OK to NOT sound like Hocico. Try it out! It's totally OK to sing in Spanish because its cool, but please go do something NOT Hocico. Thank you!

This is the second of EP a band from Mexico who sounds quite like another Mexican band i might have mentioned before. On their previous EP they even had a cover from that particular band, so they are fans I guess. This EP is also not very interesting. We get an original and three remixes of that. I have never been a big fan of remixes, and i rather see EP's like this with three original songs and one remix. The original song is not bad at all. Not very good either, but it would hold up quite nice as a B-side on a single of that Mexican band i might have pointed at in this review.

The remixes add nothing to the original, and the ones made by In-finite 23 and Paranoia Bioproject are even pretty bad. The last one is even so bad it resulted in this EP getting a 4. The Gennesys remix is better, but doesn't beat the original. If this EP had 4 original songs on par with the original La Ceguera track, i would have given it a 6, so remixes can seriously fuck up your releases.

Obviously these guys have talent, but I seriously would like them to develop a sound of there own. I love Spanish lyrics and i think we should have more of that, but if it all sounds like Hocico i am out of Hispanic EBM. Jun 18 2012

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Pieter Winkelaar

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