From Russia With Love

For Leslie, My First Poorly Translated Review:

Group: Ad·.ver·.sary
Album: International Dark Skies
Yr of the output: 2006
Genre: power rhytm noise
Estimation: 8\y0

Ad·.ver·.sary – new and sufficiently progressive name on the Canadian industrial scene. Interest in the debyutnoy plate was heated by the fact that on it be present remiksy to such venerable sound effects technicians as Converter, Iszoloscope, Urusai. This fact, of course, excited my musical consciousness. Well yes, can consider that the commercial bait was me with the ease of proglochena. Well and why not?

Album opens composition Friends of Father. Lazy and a little pressing in the plan of the atmosphere, where as a sonic number goes some very gloomy embiyentnyy figure with the impregnation of all possible near-symphonic effects and tools, superimposed to the very sticky and leisurely bit, which in the more uskorenoy version it would be possible to describe, as it breykbit. To the second composition the matter is turned into the higher-speed river bed, where into the force enter the distortirovannye bits and different stuchashche-skrezhetashchiye elements.

If we judge throughout entire material of album, then as impact Heath I will isolate Dresden. The very rhythmical and rigid composition, where the melody assigns the line boring Basov, plus of kaksha of everyone is sonic and vocal semplov in the background.

At the end of the album were arranged three remiksa to the commands named above, and if to be more precisely, then Converter – Cloud’.s Eye (Creeper The mix by Ad·.ver·.sary), Iszoloscope – -.28c and Falling (Winter is Forever The mix by Ad·.ver·.sary), Urusai – Learned Helplessness (Destroy and Contaminate The mix by Ad·.ver·.sary). Everything is healthy and it is executed according to all laws of industrial- noise genre.

29 thoughts on “From Russia With Love

  1. little pressing in the plan of the atmosphere

    Phew! Thank god you didn’t do a LOT of pressing… who knows what would have happened to the atmosphere?

  2. superimposed to the very sticky and leisurely bit

    it is executed according to all laws of industrial

    holy crap, that’s awesome.

  3. industrial-noise has laws??

    i’m glad to know that your music is healthy though. makes me feel better about eating chocolate right now.

  4. Industrial has laws…… why the hell have I not been indoctrinated in these laws, think I will have to go to industrial law school and get a degree.

  5. “Venerable sound effects technicians”? Does this put Scott, Yann, and I into the sweet, sweet realm inhabited by Michael Winslow from Police Academy?!

    *makes helicopter noise*

  6. if only i could read english…. oh… wait… i can…
    into the force enter the distortirovannye bits and different stuchashche-skrezhetashchiye elements!

    Glad to hear that your music is healthy tho, i was worried about my earing…

  7. Wow, your demo’s fantastic! Having not sat down and listened to an industrial albumn in a long time, it was really nice to have picked your demo to remind myself why I love it so much. :-) You’ll have to keep us posted as to the next time you’re performing in Toronto.

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