Facção Opposta - Da luz à obscuridade CD (lim.300)

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Druhé kompletní album výborné portugalské Oi! kapely. Obsahuje celkem devět songů, z toho jeden je cover a jeden je bonus u jejich split EP s kapelou F.A.V.L.

English version:
Second full lenght album from excellent Portuguese Oi! band. It contains nine songs , one of which is a cover and one is bonus from their split EP with the band F.A.V.L.

Tracklist:
1. Isto é o que eu vejo
2. Veterano do Ultramar
3. Anjo da Morte
4. Recordações
5. Da luz à obscuridade
6. Farsante 
7. Dans les tribunes ( Komintern Sect cover) feat Wattie
8. Opinião Publica
9. O tempo passa (bonus track)

Recenze Backstreet Battalion:
Nové CD od portugalců z Lisabonu Faccao Opposta vychází jako 29. počin domácího labelu 4Subculture Records a jmenuje se Da luz a obscuridade, což by šlo přeložit jako Od světla k neznámu. V pořadí je to druhé plnohodnotné album kapely. Na albu najdete devět songů v portugalštině, v čemž je i bonus O Tempo Passa, který můžete znát ze split singlu s FAVL a taky portugalsky zpívaný cover Dans Les Tribunes od Komintern Sect, kde hostuje i Wattie z Lion´s Law (má s jejich basákem Rattusem projekt Atlantes). Kapela hraje pořád v pětičlenné sestavě a dvě kytary jsou v jejich tvorbě opravdu znát. Jejich zvuk je temnější (hnedka první song Isto é o que eu vejo – To je to, co vidím, který je o šedém a dekadentním světě dneška), kytary trošku do metalu a tempo je spíše střední. Další songy jsou Veterano do Ultramar (Válečný veterán, který by neměl být zapomenut), Anjo da Morte (Anděl smrti o tom, jak je smrt neúplatná a každý se jí dočká – opět parádní temný song), Recordações (Vzpomínky jako připomínka minulosti), Da luz à obscuridade (Od světla k neznámu, která reprezentuje dvě tváře města Lisabon a která je i titulní písní alba), Farsante (Pozér se skvělými chorály a basovou linkou) a Opinião Publica (Veřejný názor, který je zašlapaný v bahně lží politiků nahoře). Booklet je tradičně pěkně udělaný, všechny texty (jen portugalsky), fotka kapely plus fotky týkající se artworku (stavba mostu 25. dubna, který je v Lisabonu). Doufeme, že vinyl na sebe nedá dlouho čekat (že by Bigorna Records?). Určitě vás nezklame.

Review Backstreet Battalion:
New CD from Portuguese band from Lisboa Faccao Oppostais out as 29th release on 4Subculture Records and it is called Da luz a obscuridade which can be translated like From light to Obscurity. It is second full album from them. On album you may check nine songs in their mother tongue with bonus O Tempo Passa which you may know from split single with FAVL and also cover Dans Les Tribunes from Komintern Sect in Portuguese with Wattie from Lion´s Law on vocals (he has project Atlantes with their bass player Rattus). The band plays still in five piece line up with two guitars which are nicely heard in their music Their sound is darker (like in first piece Isto é o que eu vejo – This Is What I See about the decadent world of today), guitars have metal sound and middle rhythm. Next songs are Veterano do Ultramar (War Veteran who should not be forgotten), Anjo da Morte (Angel of Death about the fact that you can not beat death – gain great and dark piece), Recordações (Memories from the past), Da luz à obscuridade (From Light to Obscurity about two faces of their hometown Lisboa), Farsante (Poseur with nice choirs and bass line) and Opinião Publica (Public Opinion which is trampled in the mud and lies of politiacs). Booklet is nice wwith all lyrics (in Portugues), band photo plus artwork photos (building of the bridge of 25th April in Lisboa). I hope the vinyl version will be out soon (Bigorna Records?). You won´t be disappointed.

Review American Oi:
Three years after the band’s smashing debut full-length “Lendas Urbanas”, Lisbon’s stronghold Facção Opposta is back with their sophomore album “ Da Luz À Obscuridade”! “Lendas Urbanas”, and their variety of EP’s and split releases, already left a mighty good impression on me, so needless to say I was instantly stoked when I received all nine tracks of “ Da Luz À Obscuridade”, due for release on CD through 4Subculture Records!
 
What I love most about the band’s previous releases is their dark, metallic sound that is brought with sheer power. Something “Da Luz À Obscuridade” isn’t lacking of either! Without sounding like a plastic Oi! band, Facção Opposta’s style is simply brought with pure perfection. Every riff, every back-up vocal, whether it’s for barking out words in a sing-along or delivering gloom melodies as it does on (for example) “Farsante”, and every solo are right where they should be. In combination with the strong production, the result is simply stunning and always leaves you longing for more!
 
As said, Portugal’s powerhouse delivers a total of nine tracks on “ Da Luz À Obscuridade”. Seven of these tracks are brand new, the eighth song is a classy cover of Komintern Sect’s classic “Dans Les Tribunes” (featuring Wattie of Lion’s Law / RIXE / Atlantes etc...) and last, but not least, you’ll find “O Tempo Passa”. The latter originally appeared on last year’s split single with F.A.V.L., but is now also included on the CD version of Facção Opposta’s sophomore album, though I can’t confirm that it will feature on the LP version of “ Da Luz À Obscuridade” as well. Assuming it will also be released on (crazy limited) vinyl through Bigorna Records that is.
 
Vinyl or not, this CD is pure power! The production is firm, the metallic riffs and solos are explosive, the vocals (though I still don’t understand a word of it) are tough as nails and the melodies are dark and threatening! An absolute must by Portugal’s finest!


Přidat do košíku:

  • Kód: 2016060
  • Výrobce: 4Subculture Records

Tento produkt byl přidán dne Čtvrtek 25. srpen 2016.

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