Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio feat Spiritual Front - Satyriasis
Folk, Industrial Neither Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio or Spiritual Front need any further presentation, but for those who are new to this music I can tell that both bands belong to the neoclassic or neofolk music style. Maybe even dark ambient, it's a matter of taste and how you label things. Their own descriptions of their music is a bit more colourful though.

The bands each for themselves and together makes a strong mix, I think it's a good mixture that shows both bands strongest sides. "Autopsy of a Love" for example is a really good song by Spiritual Front and "Three Is an Orgy, Four Is Forever" is the best song by Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio on this compilation.

Together they sound like Death In June when he's in his best mode. It's hard to describe how good it is, it's better to listen for yourself. I can strongly recommend this record to anyone who likes this kind of music or to those who are curious about the music.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio feat Spiritual Front - Satyriasis

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Released 2005 by Cold Meat Industry
Neither Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio or Spiritual Front need any further presentation, but for those who are new to this music I can tell that both bands belong to the neoclassic or neofolk music style. Maybe even dark ambient, it's a matter of taste and how you label things. Their own descriptions of their music is a bit more colourful though.

The bands each for themselves and together makes a strong mix, I think it's a good mixture that shows both bands strongest sides. "Autopsy of a Love" for example is a really good song by Spiritual Front and "Three Is an Orgy, Four Is Forever" is the best song by Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio on this compilation.

Together they sound like Death In June when he's in his best mode. It's hard to describe how good it is, it's better to listen for yourself. I can strongly recommend this record to anyone who likes this kind of music or to those who are curious about the music.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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