March 10, 2010

Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio & Spiritual Front - Satyriasis

Genre(s) - Apocalyptic folk, military pop
Origin - Sweden (ORE), Italy (SF)
Year of release - 2005
Bitrate - 192 kbps
Size - 47.41 MB

A debauched carnal encounter between the two most sensual and deviant acts of the neo-industrial era, Satyriasis was destined to be long before it was. The two projects each have a style of their own, but there are no two other bands that are as compatible. This is also reflected in the way the album is structured. Transition from the one band and back again is so seamless there is no reason to call it a transition altogether. Spiritual Front are the folkier, more organic of the two while Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio still take more cues from (martial) industrial structure, but both bands supply great exclusive material. The joint-effort intro and outro could have been more substantial, however. They really just serve as in- and outroduction while I'd have loved to hear some co-written actual songs. No matter, you can handle the setback. Now go get 'er.

If you enjoyed the Italian band you can find more
here; ORE definitely warrants a future post.
  1. ORE ft. SF - Your sex is the scar
  2. SF - Song for the old man
  3. ORE - Hell is where the heart is (the gospel of Thomas)
  4. SF - Autopsy of a love
  5. ORE - Three is an orgy, four is forever
  6. SF - Border
  7. ORE - Dreaming of my scarlet woman
  8. SF ft. ORE - The pleasure of pain
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  1. I like the Spiritual Front album quite a bit, so this description sounds great.

    I'm still philosophically against the genre 'military pop'.

  2. Anyway, I think this turns out to be a really fun album.

  3. It is more sexual than military, really.