Review by Omar
Incuria is a band that stands out in many ways. Being an Argentine band and having a release in Spanish is one rare factor but it's the musicianship that takes front and center and establishes Incuria as a force to be reckoned with in the World of the hard and heavy. After all, let's be honest, if you don't understand the Spanish vocals then think about any other metal singer whose voice you dig but can't understand the lyrics of. You know plenty. So do I. Therefore, although I do understand the language it's the vocal tone and ability in Demian Valdez that makes you take notice. The rest of the band is truly awesome as well but we covered any supposed language barrier issue there by stating in a nutshell that in rock and metal...there are no barriers.
'Okay then, on to the music and surprise surprise there is an English track here. Incuria covers Dio's ' Long Live Rock n Roll' alongside Demian's father Diego Valdez (Helker, Electro_Nomicon) and they pull it off quite admirably. The power and passion are evident and rock n roll lives on indeed in tributes such as this. ' Somos' translates to 'We Are' and is an extremely catchy tune with hooks galore and a refined energy that exudes professionalism. Crank this up and you'll understand that Incuria means business. Along with the catchy melodic aspects in the music the band also gives us 'Te Volveré a Encontrar' which serves up a heavier metal side with authority. In English the tune means 'I'll See You Again' and indeed they will. A band this strong isn't going away and things will only get better.
' Somos' by Incuria is an exceptional and highly polished release for any rock or metal fan. If you love it loud then this band delivers loud and proud. If you like it hard and heavy then this band delivers on both fronts. Get into Incuria and you'll get the message : It's not that you are rocking, or they are rocking, it's the fact that it's all of us together. Somos. We are.
Voz: Demian Valdez (Vocals)
Guitarra: Gaston Keklikian (Guitar)
Guitarra: Agustin Storni (Guitar)
Bajo: Elian Freidin (Bass)
Bateria: Lucas Curcio (Drums)