Review Summary: This is not skramz. This is beyond that.
Mexican screamo scene has been there for a few years now, and along with other Latin America countries and Spain(and screamo scenes all over the world) experimentation started, bands like Maladie and Satie have the neocrust feeling kind of the one Ekkaia had. Both bands (Maladie and Satie) share members with Walle which is hard to describe in one word. Vomito de Notas is very experimental so it would be unfair to just call it screamo.
Vomito de Notas samples Sin Ti by Los Panchos thus making this album feel extremely Mexican. Even if is just the intro for the first song, I feel like this is mine this is not "the Mexican Orchid" nor CTTS neither Saetia. This is Walle being Walle and doing an awesome job at it.
Music is not the only thing they borrow thou. The first song lyrics quote the bible, then they go and make up some quotes like in the song "Mientras mas conozco a la gente mas quiero a mi perro"(the more i know about people the more i love my dog) that they attribute to Diogenes of Sinope.
And like Diogenes they talk about how technology makes us kind of useless (Kind of ironic where i'm writing this. Isn't it?), about conformity and the like. They are one of those philosophic screamo bands.But beyond their message, the way Walle express it, their music is very very "avant grade" in what respects to the scene they belong, they are not afraid to draw influences from everywhere this is not just neocrust/screamo, this is not just jazzy screamo nor just post-rockish screamo neither post-hardcore. But they have a bit of this and that here and there, they sound like an emo violence band at times and then they follow that sound and let it flow into something bigger and beyond that genre.
Last track(the longest one) changes direction after 40 seconds of craziness. As pretentious as this may sound this track is nothing but 8 mins of hard experimentation. And is one the best way this album could've been closed.