Album: "Punto Omega"
Label: Metropolis Records (2004)
Style: Electro-industrial
Songs: 10


Reviewed by: Darklight

I knew instantly when I heard the intro "Marcha Hacia El Punto Omega" that this band was going to kick ass, and kick ass they do. Punto Omega are a dark electro-industrial band from Mexico that sound very similar to Hocico. They create angry and aggressive dark electronic music with frantic and chaotic electronic programming, slamming beats, haunting melodies and snarling male vocals that scream out Spanish lyrics. There's a little guitar in the mix at times as well to add a dash of heaviness. This band unleashes pissed off fits of rage, but do it with infectious beats and well orchestrated melodies. While most of the songs here sound somewhat alike, the song "La Fusion" stands out with guest vocals provided by Thomas Rainer (L'ame Immortelle) and K-osty.

Every song on this album is great. From song one to song ten this CD delivers one action packed track after another. While nothing here is really new or different, it's still all well done. This CD is a must for fans of Aslan Faction, Grendel, Hocico, The Retrosic, Suicide Commando, Tactical Sekt, Velvet Acid Christ and :wumpscut:.