|Review: Disörder - 666 - We Are the New World Order|
|666 - We Are the New World Order|
Year released: 2018
Review online: September 13, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:666 - We Are the New World Order
Rated 4.17/5 (83.33%) (6 Votes)
Germany's own filth hounds of Hades, Disörder, are back with their third album, titled 666 - We Are the New World Order, which is dedicated to the ancient order of the Pythagorean Illuminati.
It's been six long years since the band released their previous album, Sin for Salvation - The Lucifer Chronicles, which I remember liking quite a lot. On 666..., they have taken a couple of leaps toward a more complex musical direction and getting even more atmospheric sounding. The music is still built firmly on the Thrash Metal foundation, which is also accompanied with some really heavy and doomy elements and with guitarist and vocalist Adam's (W. Eishauppt) ominous Black Metal rasps added on the top of it. I like how varied the album is, song-wise. For example, "The Silver Spark" is almost mellow sounding Disörder's standards, even though it is loaded with tons of crushing heaviness, epicness, and just pure evilness. Surely one of my favorite cuts off the record. Then they have the last song, "The Ancient Order of the Illuminati", divided into three parts, which is a very ambitious piece of work. The first part, "Rebellion Rising", is started off with drums and bass, and after a few seconds, the song starts growing to completely new heights, bringing Bathory to mind due to some fitting choirs haunting on the background while the song progresses on and reaches its next part, "The Siege of Montsegur", which basically follows the same musical formula as the first part. The last part, "Illuminatus", simply kicks the last, remaining teeth back on your throat, sounding immensely heavy with a strong dose of Death Metal overtones, and finishing you eventually, metaphorically speaking, of course! ;o)
It's safe to say 666 - We Are the New World Order is the band's finest work to date, with some really pummeling, soul-splitting songs on it. Get it while you can because the vinyl version of the record is pretty limited as far as I know.
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