sábado, 12 de septiembre de 2009

PIGFACE - 6 (Reseña / Review)

Artist: Pigface
Country:
USA
Album: 6
Year: 2009
Genere: Rock Industrial, Electro
Label: Full Effect Records
Official site: N/A
Myspace: www.myspace.com/officialpigface
Rate: 10 /10
Pigface regresa a la escena luego de 6 años de inactividad con su sexto album, titulado simplemente “6”… la verdad es que la expectativa de sus fans era demasiada para esta nueva producción luego del éxito arrollador de su anterior “Easy Listening” del 2003 y en el cual nos mostraban a un Pigface como el nombre del disco lo dice, muy digerible, menos glitch y mas estructurado, con mas melodía, pero sin perder en ningun momento la dureza que acostumbran, sorprende de manera grata poder escuchar nuevamente la voz de Chris Connelly en un track industrial con la abridora “Electric knives Club”, tambien podemos encontrar un par de colaboraciones del señor En Esch ex-KMFDM y lider de Slick Idiot en “6.6.7.11” y “K.M.F.P.F”, por ahí tambien hay una colaboración muy interesante con la ex-Atari Teenage Riot Hanin Elias en el track “Fight The Power”.
En realidad hay que aceptar que este disco no le pide nada al anterior asi como tampoco le pide nada a clasicos como “Fook” o “Notes from the underground”, la producción es muy contundente y nos atreveríamos a decir que se perfila como la mejor hasta la fecha, tambien hay que destacar la participación de Jim Marcus y Van Christie de Die Warzau en “I Hate you in real life too” y la finisima colaboración de Laurie Reade y Martin Bowes de los legendarios Attrition en la experimental “Dulcimer” que da paso al caos final al que nos tiene acostumbrados en cada disco y que esta vez titularon “Up and down”.
Este disco seguramente no decepcionara a ningun fan de la musica rock industrial de la vieja escuela, hablese de Revolting Cocks, Foetus, Thrill Kill Kult, los primeros KMFDM o Acumen Nation solo por mencionar algunos. El disco tiene todo para catapultar a la banda, todo esta en que su disquera les haga una buena promocion ya que a pesar de ser una de las bandas legendarias de la escena del rock industrial en America aun sigue siendo para muchos desconocida.

Pigface returns to the scene after 6 years of inactivity with his sixth album, titled simply "6" … Actually the expectation of his fans was too much for this new production after the success of his previous "Easy Listening" of 2003 and in which they were showing us a Pigface as the name of the album says less glitch, very digestible, and more structured, with more melody, but without to lose never the hardness that they accustom, it surprises in a pleasant way to be able to listen again the voice of Chris Connelly in an industrial song with the opener “Electric knives Club ”, also we can find a pair of collaborations of Mr. En Esch ex--KMFDM and leader of Slick Idiot in “6.6.7.11" y “K.M.F.P.F “, round there also there is a very interesting collaboration with ex-Atari Teenage Riot Hanin Elias in the track “Fight The Power”.
Actually it is necessary to accept that this disc does not ask nothing to their previous one as well as neither he asks him for anything to classic as “Fook“ or “Note from the underground”, the production is very forceful and we would dare to say that the best to the date, also it is necessary to emphasize the participation of Jim Marcus and Van Christie of Die Warzau in “I Hate you in real life too” and the thinnest collaboration of Laurie Reade and Martin Bowes of the legendary Attrition in the experimental "Dulcimer" that it passes to the final chaos to which it has us accustomed on every disc and which this time they titled “Up and down”. This disc surely will not disappoint any fan of the old school industrial rock music, speaking about bands like Revolting Cocks, Foetus, Thrill Kill Kult, the first KMFDM or Acumen Nation for mentioning some.
The album has everything to catapult to the band, only if their record label does to them a good promotion in spite of being one of the legendary bands of the scene of the industrial rock in America it even keeps on being for many unknown.

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