The harmonies are exceedingly energetic, pulsating and intense, although they can be sensationally moderate at the same time. The group has a very acute and graceful sense of timing, and the guitar lines that adorns the music gives to its graciously dynamic features a very singular and fantastic shape. Definitely, just in a few moments into the album, it’s impossible not to love nor appreciate this amazingly expansive, creative, sagacious and wonderfully marvelous work of art.
The synergy between the harmonies are simply a major quality within the work. With a signature sound that runs between the audacity of a majorly peculiar creativity and the outline of a traditional rock savagery – as the album progresses –, Death Trip reveals itself to be more and more surprising, elegant, sober and lucid, with consolidated principles of artistry that really leaves the listener undoubtedly thrilled and amazed.
With some passages that I would like to qualify as primordial to the development of the genre, the album presents some interesting stylistic features, that gives to the sound a more impulsive, natural and genuine outlook on the spontaneous vivacity of the music. The result is a tremendously effective and sensitive sonorous journey, that breaks away entirely from the predictability of its patterns.
Although the album is a little too short – it’s one and only negative aspect – you can listen again as soon as the album is over, and then again, and again and again. You will hardly have enough of Death Trip. It’s a fantastic journey throughout a very vibrating and authorial rock album.