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THORNAFIRE - VOREX DECONSTRUCCION - IBEX MOON  
The band hails from Chile and actually sounds like Krisiun. Certainly, Chile and Brazil have little in common, other than a continent so it must be something of a coincidence, but the frenzied start to this album brought the name of the Brazilian brothers to mind. Other than a whiff of Krisiun, Vorex Deconstruccion offers several peculiar chord progressions, some ambience, a reliance on dual channel engineering and the odd cool blast beat from a drummer who loves his toms. The band is brutal in delivery, but be it a more calm passage, some Oriental acoustic guitar work mixed with thrashing riffs on Otedad or a female narrator as on Confesion things usually take a left turn here. The most disappoint aspect of the band is the insertion of the occasional keyboard into the space where the band’s musicianship was not sufficiently strong enough to fill on its own. Given the Spanish lyrics and titles it is not clear what the woman is whining about either, but it could be some broken dishes or unwashed cutlery in the kitchen. Were these elements omitted Thornafire would have come out ahead, but for now the band is just a tad above average and almost recommended. The presence of a hidden track (or instrumental piece) to originality does not add naturally. - Ali “The Metallian”




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