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Sometimes hardcorish and sometimes dissonant and refering to certain older Voivod, Prong or Celtic Frost aspects.
They blended these riffs with grindcore inspired death metal and a very talented and creative drummer, Martin Messner.
Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. The drummer is certainly standing out as the driving force of this band, constantly changing drum patterns. There are expoitionsprophylaxe tracks on this CD reissue.
But this four minute instrumental version is very nice and actually better than the old version. For fear of unleashing the tech-metal fanatics on my humble person, I won’t say D. Together with the bass of Herwig Zamernik who played second guitar expositionsprpohylaxe it results in an original sound.
His drums are so vitally important to the whole concept of Disharmonic Orchestra.
On the other hand, the rhythmic section is clearly composed of very expsoitionsprophylaxe musicians and it can be heard on each and every song.
On the exlositionsprophylaxe, and that’s where they are original, the trio have spiced up their music with a lot of variations and disjointed riffs to make listening to ‘Expositionprophylaxe’ an interesting experience.
Still, I was not a fan of the genre at the time and didn’t own the album. Nothing against the vocals as it suits the style of the music. The band is not blasting its way through the 23 tracks that can be found on this reissue.
Disharmonic Orchestra – Expositionsprophylaxe – Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives
Especially since the guitar is rather straightforward. Hearing ‘Expositionprophylaxe’ after twelve years, I think this is an album that aged well. It also is a very good album that still is fun to listen to.
It also suited the album quite well.
The production is a bit weak as the whole affair doesn’t sound very powerful despite the fact that the music does sound intense and should be in a live environment. When you hear the album, you understand what they meant although there is no melodies to be found on this album. The guitar has a noisy, grinding and distorted sound to it that I like.
After listening more attentively to those six last tracks, I can say that despite being older, they fore shadow the music on ‘Expositionprophylaxe’ and the sound is as good as the rest of the album although a bit more grittier. They have added a new member to the band, “m phasis” that will handle the electronic parts of their music. Back in however it was quite a different album compared to other contemporary death metal bands.
I’m leery of electronics in metal but I’ll suspend judgment until I hear the new material.
It could be intentional as I have read somewhere that when describing their music at the time, a orchesta they used was ‘non-violent’.
Tech-metal they may not be, but this band is certainly progressive. On the earlier split LP with Pungent Stench the riffs were still quite mainstream but Martin Messner already made the difference.