Album Review: Nitroverts - 'Endogenous'
Electro-metal duo Nitroverts releases their new intense and exciting debut experience, Endogenous.
When Ars Nikonov's Fury Weekend project combines the classic rock/electronic '80s vibe with Yann Zhanchak's impassioned, versatile, and high-octane vocals, something magical happens. You get something as diverse and unique as Nitroverts, a hybrid electronic rock / nu-metal fusion collaboration between two Belarusian artists who are not only at the top of their game, but when it comes to creating something that steps outside the boundaries of these genres, you know you're in for a treat.
"Hit The Brakes" stands out as one of the best tracks on the album. Nitroverts offers one of the most electrifying and thrilling experiences with their raw guitar riffs, dynamic use of electronic elements, and masterful incorporation of skillful lyricism on Endogenous. They deliver one of the most impressive and daring performances that showcase their complete dedication to the craft.
In 2021, the musicians hit the ground running with their aptly named first tune, "Starting Point," stating that this was just the beginning of big things to come. The duo has released their new explosive album, Endogenous, their first experience showcasing a wide range of soundscapes that merges modern metal and electronic elements.
The first track, "Starting Point," sets the tone with its aggressive guitars, frenzied horns, and a blend of electronic elements, maintaining this high level of energy as the record progresses.
Another high-octane hits on the album are "Alienated." An effortless blend of rock and nu-metal while still maintaining an infectious blend of interfusion of voltaic components, Nitroverts shows an astounding level of skill and musicianship so early on in the record that it keeps listeners invested for the true gems that are on the horizon.
"Hit The Brakes" stands out as one of the best tracks on the album. Nitroverts offers one of the most electrifying and thrilling experiences with their raw guitar riffs, dynamic use of electronic elements, and masterful incorporation of skillful lyricism on Endogenous. They deliver one of the most impressive and daring performances that showcase their complete dedication to the craft. Nitroverts continue this intense delivery with "Lockdown." An exhilarating experience with gritty guitars and fiery electronic delivery, Nitroverts continues to show on this record why they are some of the most creative and technically savvy musicians in the electronic rock genre right now.
The album concludes with heavy-hitting finale tracks "Where I Belong" and "Break The System." The album concludes with two poignant songs that are intertwined with powerful lyrics, resulting in a satisfying and impactful auditory encounter.
Endogenous is a musical compilation distinguished with thought-provoking themes that range from personal struggle to social injustice that is beautifully adorned with exceptionally well-crafted instrumental compositions. The elaborate harmonies and expressive verses complement each other flawlessly, culminating in an immensely gratifying and influential finale. For a first experience, Nitoverts has delivered a highly polished and entertaining experience.