9 de abril de 2010

Sic Deus Dilexit Mundum review by Chris McBeth

Rock in opposition to Rock In Opposition. Un Festin Sagital's formulae are Sagitarean with surprises. The dense, electro-motorik opening statement that SEEMS like it will be thematic, is eventually renegged upon by tiny sounds oribiting disembodied voices. A congregacion of folk-psych and noise follows on in the tradition of anti-tradition, pronating on the side of a rather thrilling, ghostly top tenor performing expert vocal routines on the uneven bars. Upon the arrival the album's truest progressivegnostication, it becomes clear that, while beautiful with a little bit of a Crimson tide running through it, UFS prefers its musical limbs remain dislocated. This is especially evidenced by the final reverberating drone of floating on the far side of the galaxy at journey's end. Along with copper and unmanufactured ferroalloying materials, UFS are one of Chile's finest exports.

(Beta-lactam Ring Records owner)

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