Experimentalisms and musical fusions are becoming extremely normal in Metal. It’s a way to become an unique band in the middle of this great musical tsunami we see experience daily. Experimenting is a very good thing, a breath of fresh air that blows the mold and dust away. And Mexico, a land of very good bands, shows its face again with Excellion, who release their new EP, Unsean. To be honest and straight, their musical work can be described as a fusion of Progressive Metal, Rock, Metalcore, Post-Rock and Ambient. It can easily be said that it’s a heavy, beautiful and technical form of music, but with good taste. And it’s not boring.
The sound quality on Unsean is very good. This EP is comprised of five songs which serve a fusion of an elegant and grandiose form of music, with introspective and harsh moments coexisting, all flowing in the middle of an interesting play between vocals and guitars, and a very good, technically-filled rhythm session.