Who starts a review of any work of Mujercitas Terror - at this stage of the game - with that rancid idea of linking them to "the dark", will be staying with a ridiculous and very minimal portion of the extraordinary film that is this trio. I am related to MT this imprint at the time of fiction and that the result (unless it is a job to order, something for another) emanates from a series of internal concerns, but only one. "Do what you feel you should do." Oscura sala de la visión deepens the search that MT had been doing in their previous albums. And that, really, is good news because what this band is doing (call it rock, punk, post-punk or simple and complex exploration of human desolation) nobody else does in Argentine underground music.
Like: Siouxsie and the Banshees, Jesus and Mary Chain, The Cramps, Tim Burton
Play: 1, 2, 4, 8
1.La procesión (4:08) Mid tempo post punk lovely guitar melodies.
2.Oscura sala de la visión (2:57) Abrasive guitars and their unique choirs.
3.Muñeca muerta (2:56) Clean melodies on dirty bases, which makes them very affordable and not so tight.
4.Al salir de la escuela (2:20) Psych-Rockabilly-infused rhythm.
5.Estatua (4:10) Post-punk kind of ballad.
6.Fuera de moda (4:15) Distorted Aggressive guitars over punk rock beat.
7.Mi amigo se suicido (1:42) Classic punk rock track
8.Desmantelando el cuerpo (3:55) Mid tempo post punk lovely guitar melodies.