One might get chilly when listening to this industrial metal we cal Antares. In other words, the entire album has this very icy feel to it which is something not many albums can create. A heavy use of synths and ambient noise help create the climate plus a vocalist who is able to sing ad scream in the coldest way. Modern touches are added to the overall sound including vocoded vocals and fierce polyrhythms. Any fan of Fear Factory or Soilwork or even industrial metal in general should give this try. Remember to dress warmly!
How to sum up this near-masterpiece of an industrial metal album: one's futuristic version of Antarctica, if you will. Antares bears a grim, yet also melodic atmosphere throughout with pounding synthesizers and Benjamin's eloquent vocal performance, which usually alternate between singing and infectious growls. The songwriting is never tacky and the tracks themselves - while a bit too showy - deserve a few listens in order to understand their cold brilliance.
This is one of the best heavy industrial albums I have heard. While it is intense and
djenty, Sybreed, once again, does what they do best with this form of music: add melody and
lots of it along with other elements to keep their music entertaining and interesting.