Ah, a funky, punky, rocky sound pouring out of my loudspeakers, annoying my neighbours. And I am confused. On the one hand this is almost – like – dizzyingly gruesome to listen to, it is such a wild jumble of elements. On the other hand the latest record of the Finnish band Death is Liberty exerts an almost magic pull on the hapless listener that is difficult to ignore.
Their début album A Statement Darkness, signed to Concorde Music Company, serves you with a mixture of Alternative and Progressive Rock that is just amazing and amazingly well done. As always, the bands stepping out of the box often produce good to very good content. No difference here. Death is Liberty will serve you with a very varied and spicy jambalaya, the pressure not letting go until the last note is squeezed out of their instruments. [...]