Although the album is far from being considered a masterpiece, it has a very intriguing and appreciative set of qualities. The fact that the songs have extremely intense and slow melodies may inflict you a very tedious feeling, but even then it’s possible to fully appreciate what all these tracks have to offer. The guitar lines have a brilliant, serene and calm intricacy, that unveil beyond the perceptions an astounding universe that deciphers in detail the possibilities of the rhythm, and I think that this is probably the strongest quality of the album. The dynamic energy that abundantly resurfaces from the convergence of the instruments over the apex of the rhythm is a lucid point of strength as well.
The technical skills of the musicians are another point of interest, and the production values displayed by the album deserve a meritorious competent note. Some beautiful lines of guitar are exceedingly captivating, and the general slow work that distils harmonies in a very expressive length is a major point of distinction for the band.
Disruption reveals itself to be a very good and exceptional album, although in its own terms. Despite some limitations, the record does reveal a great amount of authentic creativity, and a vast degree of talent extremely uncommon to find. I do think that Kalamata does have an amazing, solid and promising future in the underground. They have potential, a serious proposal, and a very genuine sensibility. They certainly have everything in their power to be prominently high, in their chosen genre of music.