Unsinn - A Time Passed
Dark Electro, Industrial I love how some instruments are overused in the electro genre, especially in what people nowadays call Hellectro. Unsinn opens up with the well known Vanguard VST which bands like Agonoize like to play around with. If looking past this then the opening track sounds really nice in both terms of production and the overall sound. Like I stated, the opening track "Like a Deep Sleep" offer some really powerful driving beats and really nice aggressive vocals.

After the first track it all becomes much like a roller coaster ride up and down, mainly because the quality of the tracks are a bit too uneven and it feels like some tracks could use a little more work. Mainly I think this is cause I am not too fond of too much distortion on tracks, because in the long run it all becomes too much of a mess. I like a nice clean sound with a little distortion and some really heavy beats clashed together with cool catchy melodies and aggressive vocals. Unsinn offer some of these elements, but then they add this horrible distortion to everything which makes it fall flat in front of me.

'A Time Past' is not a bad album , it's just a bit too dirty and noisy for me. The melodies and the atmosphere is great and the vocals aren't bad either, very distorted, but they are still in front so you can hear them well for most tracks.

PS: Try not to overuse "The Beast" so much next time guys.

You can download this album for free in our download section.
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Brutal Resonance

Unsinn - A Time Passed

6.0
"Alright"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2010 by Halotan Records
I love how some instruments are overused in the electro genre, especially in what people nowadays call Hellectro. Unsinn opens up with the well known Vanguard VST which bands like Agonoize like to play around with. If looking past this then the opening track sounds really nice in both terms of production and the overall sound. Like I stated, the opening track "Like a Deep Sleep" offer some really powerful driving beats and really nice aggressive vocals.

After the first track it all becomes much like a roller coaster ride up and down, mainly because the quality of the tracks are a bit too uneven and it feels like some tracks could use a little more work. Mainly I think this is cause I am not too fond of too much distortion on tracks, because in the long run it all becomes too much of a mess. I like a nice clean sound with a little distortion and some really heavy beats clashed together with cool catchy melodies and aggressive vocals. Unsinn offer some of these elements, but then they add this horrible distortion to everything which makes it fall flat in front of me.

'A Time Past' is not a bad album , it's just a bit too dirty and noisy for me. The melodies and the atmosphere is great and the vocals aren't bad either, very distorted, but they are still in front so you can hear them well for most tracks.

PS: Try not to overuse "The Beast" so much next time guys.

You can download this album for free in our download section.
Dec 12 2010

Fredrik Croona

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