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Pail - Faith In The Void album mp3
Faith In The Void
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4.6 ★

Faith in the void" is their third album and they describe their sound as an effort to melt the richness of the 80’s with those from the 90’s and even if we’re not that keen on promotalk, we must confess that there is more than just a hint of truth in that. Pail made their first steps into the electroworld around 1998 and it was immediately obvious that they wanted to sound like all the great known electroworld icons. Musically you get an album that sounds very rich and excels in its diversity.

Moon Wiring Club - Somewhere A Fox Is Getting Married. Surgeon - Breaking The Frame. 6th Borough Project - One Night In The Borough. She Wants Revenge - Valleyheart. Ole Børud - Keep Movin.

The Faith/Void Split LP is a split album by Washington . hardcore groups Void and The Faith, released on Dischord Records in 1982. Void was one of the earliest examples of hardcore/metal crossover with their chaotic musical approach cited as particularly influential. Kurt Cobain listed the album in his top fifty albums of all time. The Faith and Void were hardcore bands from Washington .

The Faith demands respect with their sound which shows a unique sense of originality which occasionally shows you a shadow of influence from Minor Threat. On to Void which in my mind is unquestionably in a class by themselves. Their side of the album is full of surprises that leave you begging for more, no doubt about Void is a band that will have to be reckoned with in the near future.

队列表 Punkcore The Faith Faith Void. 11. Don't Tell Me. 12. In the Black. 13. Who Are You. 14. Time to Die. 15. Condensed Flesh.

BPM Profile Faith, Void. Album starts at 96BPM, ends at 93BPM (-3), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Faith. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.


Burn Out System 6:23
Planet Prison 5:48
Global Dreams 6:05
Hyper Reality 6:36
Ingeneria Del Consentimiento 6:19
The First Words 6:18
Energy Bodies 4:23
Silence 7:06
Dignity Corrosion 6:50
Decadence By Design 6:48


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CRR030 Pail Faith In The Void ‎(CD, Album + Box, Ltd) Caustic Records CRR030 Spain 2011
CRR030 Pail Faith In The Void ‎(CD, Album) Caustic Records CRR030 Spain 2011

  • Androwyn
A magnificent new chapter in the saga of Spain's Pail. While other bands remove their spines and devolve into their own flavor of pop music, Pail continue to innovate and evolve their sound beautifully. In the span of time since 2004's "Towards Nowhere", Manix Salazar has been keeping a low profile; I can see why when I listen to 'Faith in the Void'. All of his energies and resolve are sealed onto this disc, it is a staggering achievement of electronic purity he has composed. That it was mixed and mastered by the famed Greg Reely does not hurt, not one iota. This is a very clear sounding record and it is precise in ways others would be wise to sit up and take notice of. Exquisite design on the case and glossy insert also, no expense has been spared, I should slow down and provide a bit of background... it's hell getting old.Pail debuted in 1998 with the varied and engaging album 'Epidemic'. This one introduced many out there to a broader sound in the underground which has, over the last ten years, become a chart-chasing drama fest full of basement dwelling internet junkies who care more about what they look like than the actual music they purport to "produce". Manix doesn't scream his head off over the sultry synthetics nor are his lyrics fixated on passive aggressive "anger". He has plenty to say, but isn't going to beat you over the head with mindless repetition. That's something Pail do splendidly: they incorporate all manners of styles and sounds, bending and twisting them to fit their own imagination. And yet, there's another facet to the band: this is delirious, almost feverish creativity on display. Primarily, 'Faith in the Void' keeps the pulse rate high but for all the beats I'm never wondering why the songs don't end after the first chorus, I am giddily turning the volume up as high as my speakers can take.Play it loud, play it repeatedly but most importantly, play it for others. People have no idea what they're missing by not being fans of this guy: he only appears every few years and each time you're crossing your fingers hoping there will be more. For me, this one expands his section in my collection and I'm mighty mighty pleased about that, never a dull moment with what Salazar creates. His designs are what you'll come back to time and time again, three albums spread over thirteen years which only have the name of the band in common. This doesn't sound like what you've heard before, it is a finely honed diamond etching out sonic equations all over the inside of your head. People may wonder, why the 'techno' tag prefacing this review... because just like many artists in that field, Pail won't stay put and they won't do what anyone expects. Doubt me? Check out the vinyl-only EP Manix did in 2001, "Bei Finsterdem Tagasanbruch" and you will see just how far afield this Spanish outfit run from the safety of complacency.Enjoy the guitars on the track "Silence", and let the beauty of this song drown the world's sorrow in a few heartbeats. I haven't heard Pail do this sort of moody meditation before but my word, it sounds as though they've always had this ability but only now choose to transmit. Radio silence broken, the code is cracked and somewhere in the midst of all this pain and misery of life, light still comes in... one raises their eyes in determination to just get on with it. Ignoring the betrayals, shaking off the broken promises. We will endure, no matter how cold and cruel it gets out there amongst humanity. The tempo picks up and it's a fiery blur of programming fused to rhythmic perfection.Bloody hell, does this thing pack a wallop, the sheer compositional arc and remarkable complexity ought to send electrical shocks up and down your spine as it has done mine. Always the hallmark of an excellent electro outing: the hairs on my neck are standing up even though it's brutally hot in here. More, more I say. Give us more!