[schema type=”review” name=”Science of Disorder – Private Hell” description=”Label: Fastball Music ” author=”Sabine van Gameren” pubdate=”2018-05-31″ ]
Science Of Disorder is a Swiss formation that has been around for quite some years. Previously under a different but since 2010 as Science of Disorder. Anno 2018 the band comes with their second full length “Private Hell”.
This release is quite a genre blending. Death and Sludge then some more groovy influences.. the band likes to mix it up. And with the years of experience on hands it is not really a surprise that the guys got skilled in making it their own. Sure, you will hear some references here and there but the band really does put their own face onto it.
Musically they have a whole lot of energy to give and this helps getting the feel for these songs. The guys are using that as a tool to make all the diverse elements come together. Perhaps some need to listen a couple of times to grab the whole of it, to see how it all unites.
Songs like “Choke” or “Sickness” give you a shortcut to the fierce sound the band can give, mixed up with a twist of their own. On others the band is more playful, having more time to experiment.
Altogether the album may divide you. In the diversity keeps it interesting and the guys are bringing it together to something of themselves. Others may be a bit clueless with playfulness but the guys show their years of experience and that makes it worth listening.
Baptiste Maier- Drums
Lord Pelthor – Guitars
Stéphane Grand – Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Thierry Pinard – Bass
Jérôme Thomas – Vocals
02. Kingdom Comes
03. Lava Girl
04. Patient 18
06. Light Bearer
07. Half A Life
10. Private Hell
11. Carrions (Piano version)
Disorder of Science