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Army of the Universe “Resin” EP Review By Ariana Leo, Photojournalist Boston Rock Radio

Army of the Universe


EP Review By Ariana Leo, Photojournalist Boston Rock Radio



Rhythm-driven and resonant, Army of the Universe’s sound lies directly in the center of the intersection of synth-pop and heavy rock. The Italian band has now been active for 10 years, releasing 3 full-lengths and 2 EPs during that time. And what better way to celebrate a milestone anniversary than with a little remastery?


“Resin,” originally from Army of the Universe’s 2011 EP Lovedead, was re-released in September 2018 as part of a two-track EP, the other track being a remix of the song by Soundcloud artist Mr. Kristopher. More than just your typical remake, this new version is actually quite different structurally, featuring more powerful vocals and more of a driving beat. A marked shift from the sound of the original song, it feels as if a heavy section could drop at any given moment in the remastered “Resin.” Frontman Lord K’s voice is more refined and mature, while the favoring of a more synth-heavy sound over a more guitar-heavy sound gives the new version a different mood altogether. If it’s a moodier sound Army of the Universe is going for, they’ve certainly succeeded--and so have they at proving themselves a creative, versatile group of musicians unafraid to take risks.



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