Sachiel
Human Instrumentality


4.5
superb

Review

by Ninjahague USER (7 Reviews)
November 17th, 2017 | 7 replies


Release Date: 2017 | Tracklist

Review Summary: God's in His Heaven, All's Right with the World

I stumbled upon this Evangelion themed power-violence band while trekking through a small time record label that hosts itself to hentai themed grindcore bands. I was immediately interested upon seeing a post promoting this trio as it was told they centered around the popular 90s anime Neon Genesis Evangelion

And to that it was , with the lyrics of each and every song connecting itself to certain characters or scenes shown in the multiple animations. The first song for example describes and seemingly puts themselves in the shoes of Shinji Ikari , describing his time in the hospital with Asuka. Viewers of the show listening would immediately understand what the song was about even from the title of the song along (I'm So ***ed Up). Although you don't need to be particularly familiar with the anime; those unknown to the show could easily draw different meaning , but it’s important to know the Evangelion aspects push this album to its best.

The music itself is constantly in your face , showing no slowing down for its 18 minute span. From the Emotionally provoked In Her Aura to the Hate filled Tar Mouth to the Nihilistic The Third Impact , Human Instrumentality constantly barks and bites in your face , with an appropriately raw and toned down quality that perfectly fits its violent sound. The vocalist showcases pure aggression and violence with every screech and scream, perfectly centering himself around the instrumentals.

Those looking for a darker take on Powerviolence will be pleasantly surprised , even more so to Evangelion fans. I hope to see more destructive violence from Sachiel in the future , as they showcase an amazing amount of potential.




Recommended Songs

"I'm So ***ed Up"
"The Third Impact"
"In Her Aura"
"Tread"


https://sachiel01.bandcamp.com/album/human-instrumentality



Recent reviews by this author
Logic Confessions of a Dangerous MindVarious Artists Count Your Blessings: an Encore
My Purest Heart For You Isolation And The Ward Of Internal AbuseChelsea Grin Eternal Nightmare
Winds of Plague Blood of My EnemyVersus My Phobia The Journey
user ratings (7)
Chart.
4.3
superb

Comments:Add a Comment 
AnimalsAsSummit
November 17th 2017


3891 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

wow never thought id see a review for this. this dude is awesome and a very good friend of mine. you should check out his other projects, too, I know of at least 3 others: Fucked, My Purest Heart For You, and Tanpopo Crisis

Ninjahague
November 17th 2017


1231 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"this dude is awesome and a very good friend of mine"



Small World(site?).





Ill throw those projects on the recommended albums , I love this type of sound.

AnimalsAsSummit
November 17th 2017


3891 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

agreed, this is incredible stuff

Archelirion
December 5th 2017


5692 Comments


Wait, the same guy that did Tanpopo Crisis did this?! Fuuuuuuck
That explains why it rips then

AnimalsAsSummit
December 5th 2017


3891 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

yeah this is amazing, if you want to hear his best though, check out 'Tragic End' from his project My Purest Heart For You

Ninjahague
December 5th 2017


1231 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Ive been jamming that album and My Purest in general . So damn good , donated some good boy points to Tragic End. Amazing project

AnimalsAsSummit
December 5th 2017


3891 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

finally jammed his latest record Isolation And The Ward Of Internal Abuse and holy shit... its so intense and blistering with the weird production, i can't even jam it in my car lol, but damn does it have some incredibly crushing and beautiful moments. still getting used to it but its definitely monumental.



You have to be logged in to post a comment. Login | Create a Profile





STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2017 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy