Helalyn Flowers | Disconnection

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Disconnection

by Helalyn Flowers

Electro-Goth Rock
Genre: Metal/Punk: Gothic Metal
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1. Acid Love Code
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2. Alienate Me
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3. Alive
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4. Disorder
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5. Amnesia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A sensation of urban boredom and false-life lobotomy gives Max the input to what Helalyn Flowers has meant to be. The voice & personality of Noemi caughts his attention & she immediately reveals herself as the right individual to start Helalyn Flowers.

At that time they both played in a band called "The Claw", which style was in between Nu & Goth Metal, and they decided to destroy all that was created to give life to something new.

The fall/winter 2004-2005 is totally useful and the first new tracks like Disorder and Acid Love Code underline the renewed enthusiasm. The style is gonna be very strange and innovative, mixing the best of New Wave, Alternative, Glam, Rock ' n ' Roll, Nu Metal, Trip-hop, Dark, Electronic, Cold Pop. The rhythmic patterns, so hard and groovy, necessitate an "important" bass, not reachable by the only use of electronics.

After many searches (and a hell of waste of time...) Armando Pugliese, a professional session bassist, offers himself for the realization of the debut-release "Disconnection", just few days before entering the studio! So, in late february 2005, Noemi ( Vocals, programming), Max ( Guitars, Synths, Programming) and Armando (Bass) enter the roman "Temple Of Noise" studios to record their first effort.

After 2 weeks of hard work, a very professional work is done. Now they need a strong visual mean. For the promotional pics they pose nude & wrapped in plastic. They break and bite the plastic from their own bodies as a refuse of the false, the usual, the old.

The title "Disconnection" indicates the objective reality main-line interruption, deviating it into the scenes of the subjective-reality.

HF


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Mr.Tim

Uniquely Awesome!
I waited a long time to get myself a copy of this EP and it was worth it. I love the fact that Helalyn Flowers is from Italy and their music is mixed with a couple genres. You have goth, electronica, some industrial, and throw in Noemi's lovely voice and you got some damn good music. Listen to their music, give it try, its worth it.

Industrial Mafia Promotions

Amazing ep
Exploding onto the scene with their ep “Disconnection”, comes Helalyn Flowers, a fairly new band from Rome, Italy. “Acid Love Code”, the opening track hits hard and heavy with piercing vocals by the lovely N0emi. By the end of the song, you find yourself ready to rock. “Alienate Me” starts with gorgeous synth arrangement then thrusts into the main focus of the song combining electronic influences with what seems to be considered rock. Whatever the case may be, it certainly works for them. “Alive” showcases a lighter side of N0emi’s vocals, but maintains it’s up-tempo attitude. “Disorder” is quite catchy with it’s steady drum beats and guitar riffs. Closing out the ep is “Amnesia” which is a departure in comparison to the other songs. It’s not bad, but doesn’t seem to fit with the rest of the album. The packaging of this wonderful ear candy is spectacular. The booklet includes a highly artistic nature with it’s design and layout. It’s hard to believe this is just an ep.

JaF

Great Disc ... Worth every penny ... HF has this mind awakening sound
For a first EP, what else could you want. This is an Evanescence = Crossbreed, mix. I must say, I purchased the disc about 3 months ago through the HF website and for the most part I havent turned it off. BUY IT, LISTEN TO IT, AND LOVE IT ... and then you will be like me, wanting more.