|Review: Dysnomia - Dysnomia|
Label: Suspiria Records
Year released: 2014
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: May 15, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Originally known as Dark Eternity and releasing one album (Selenia) under that moniker in 2011, this Spanish foursome changed their name to Dysnomia in January 2014. Out of the ashes of Dark Eternity, Dysnomia features the same members that were in the band's earlier incarnation. On the band's self-titled debut album Dysnomia has undertaken a whole new, and purely violent musical direction. We are talking about a pretty dark and complex Metal style, which has borrowed many parts from melodic Death Metal, and some from technical and progressive Thrash. The songs reek of ass-kicking values and the need to share those things with everyone. In a way, they remind me of Kalmah in the way they create such dark and addictive atmospheres throughout the entire album. Dysnomia are a bit more technical and a bit more complex than Kalmah and are clearly more Thrash-orientated, as well.
All in all, the Spanish musicians in Dysnomia have been able to put out a really well crafted and amazing record that they can be very proud of. Due to this awesome record I'll be looking forward to these fellows' future releases.
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