INsCissorS - Mnemosyne & The Structure of Time
Ambient, Soundtrack Last time I did a review on INsCissorS, I was completely impressed with their album. As such, I did some looking and digging around, and decided to check out the rest of their discography. And, while listening to their music, I thought, "Hey, I review music. And I'm listening to a few albums that have yet to be reviewed. I think I'm going to review the rest of their albums!" So, here I am, writing another review for the project.

This time around, I am writing about their 2011 album titled Mnemosyne &The Structure of Time. It's another ambient and soundtrack oriented album by the band, as that is their style. You should not be cursing them for being this way, for they are absolutely fantastic in this genre, and I love them for it. Needless to say, I have stumbled upon another enjoying piece of art. I cannot say it was as good as Destin [Music for a Film by John Santerineross].

The two songs that I really found to be of interest would be Interlude I - The Carnival of Maggots and Autumn Sonata - Silanus in Quieto Hortulo. Now, Interlude I was just purely awesome. It sounds like it would fit perfectly well within the boundaries of the Nutcracker play. Autumn Sonata was pretty much the same as it was in Destin, so if you need to hear about that, just check out that review.

However, beyond those two songs, I really just did not get too into the album. The dark ambience is ever present in most of the songs, but they sound bare minimum at times. I have to say that I was a little disappointed with album, as Destin was purely amazing. However, this is just one album out of the plethora of talent that INsCissorS released. There is definitely more to this artist than just this, so look beyond this album, and get to their other works before judging.
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INsCissorS - Mnemosyne & The Structure of Time

6.5
"Alright"
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Electroracle
Released 2011 by Zoharum Records
Last time I did a review on INsCissorS, I was completely impressed with their album. As such, I did some looking and digging around, and decided to check out the rest of their discography. And, while listening to their music, I thought, "Hey, I review music. And I'm listening to a few albums that have yet to be reviewed. I think I'm going to review the rest of their albums!" So, here I am, writing another review for the project.

This time around, I am writing about their 2011 album titled Mnemosyne &The Structure of Time. It's another ambient and soundtrack oriented album by the band, as that is their style. You should not be cursing them for being this way, for they are absolutely fantastic in this genre, and I love them for it. Needless to say, I have stumbled upon another enjoying piece of art. I cannot say it was as good as Destin [Music for a Film by John Santerineross].

The two songs that I really found to be of interest would be Interlude I - The Carnival of Maggots and Autumn Sonata - Silanus in Quieto Hortulo. Now, Interlude I was just purely awesome. It sounds like it would fit perfectly well within the boundaries of the Nutcracker play. Autumn Sonata was pretty much the same as it was in Destin, so if you need to hear about that, just check out that review.

However, beyond those two songs, I really just did not get too into the album. The dark ambience is ever present in most of the songs, but they sound bare minimum at times. I have to say that I was a little disappointed with album, as Destin was purely amazing. However, this is just one album out of the plethora of talent that INsCissorS released. There is definitely more to this artist than just this, so look beyond this album, and get to their other works before judging.
Aug 16 2013

Steven Gullotta

info@brutalresonance.com
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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