Despite its mostly ordinary musical sensibilities, the album can be appreciated without any fear. The songs have predominantly fast rhythms, eager to drive you to a world of profoundly hallucinatory disturbances. With six tracks – Aurore, Ferments de Corruption, Le Culte du Héros, La Voie est la Vertu, L'Orbe du Monde and Sous l'Egide d'Eros – the general style of the group is exhilarating, though in just a few minutes you become somewhat exasperated, as they are prone to repetitiveness, despite their astute technical mordacity and ambivalent dispositions.
Solarité is a very intense and virulent album, that definitely imposes the grace of its desperate and fast harmonies over the descending sinister sonorous layouts of its chaotic fortunes. Sadly, the album begins in a very interesting fashion, but then becomes profusely stable, and subsequently, imprisoned in an insanely lethargic musical sameness, that does not contemplate any relevant melodic variations whatsoever.
Don’t get me wrong – this album is not bad in any way, it’s just too ordinary. You will not be impressed; nevertheless, you can definitely have a good time listening to it. Nécropole just have to be more creatively audacious on their future releases, as they are definitely limited on this effort, that it’s not remarkable at all, just good and listenable. They have the potential to be better, tough. The guitar lines and solos achieve impeccable layers of excellence – at least to a moderate degree – and the calmer, serene melodies are robust, pervasive and intriguing, as delves deep into sensible, exasperated and dramatic artistic splendor.
I definitely feel this band has the potential to create more inspired and authorial works. They have all the mostly urgent elements, though needs to add a conjuncture filled with more audacious and tense sonorous unpredictability, as they know how to consecrate with deleterious abundance a wide range of ferocious components, as this album proves very well.