Orkest, the band as it exists today has been collaborating and creating music in the current line up for the last four years. Orkest comes across as yet another art-school, damaged metal band that attempts to mix strong visual images in their intense live shows (John Cooley is credited on the CD with providing live show theatrics) with the brooding and primitive, dark rock sounds committed to CD. If that makes this bilingual band from SoCal sound like Tool, well, that's the intent - though at times Orkest channels the grunt rock of bands like Korn. Listen to the opening of "#" to hear the nu-metal influence. Singer Rolando Mora's emotionally-charged whiny vocals are particularly annoying, but not nearly as bad as the "screamer" (not sure who in Orkest takes credit for this), who must have thought he was in a death-metal band. Mommy, please make this style of music go away - quick!
Orkest ‘Canvas’ (2004)
2) # (number)
6) Yo Intente
10) It Fades
К большому сожелению в альбоме нехватает тех песен которые *.
Orkest ‘Demo 2001 Ep’ (2001)
Интересный коллектив играющий в духе Experimental/Progressive/Rock.В данный момент банда ищет вокалиста.