Bort
Indra
(2018)
Turn this to 5 of 11
Genre:
Rock
Sounds Like:
Fire Down Below, Bullet Boys
Saturday, November 24, 2018
The latest from Argentina’s Bort is a high flying rock album with a boatload of energy. The foursome throw down some late 80s, early 90s influenced rock on Indra. If you like a little cheese in your hard rock, than Indra is for you. The full-bodied sound of Bort is like an OK light beer that is tolerated at first, but than after one, it’s time to move on to stronger, more flavorful pastures. There is a ton of groove on this album that is exciting from time to tome, however the 80-styled lead vocals and 90s guitars just didn't grab a hold of us. Don’t get us wrong, we love nostalgic rock and metal, but this album just didn't stick in our rotation.

Tracklist:
1. Eneas 02:51
2. Inacayal 04:40
3. Budas de Alquitrán 03:43
4. Desangro y Vivo 03:31
5. 551 03:31
6. Caracol 03:19
7. Old Rock 04:13
8. Suelten los Botes 03:23
9. Entre el ser y la nada 04:43 
10. Rock and Roll Star 03:36
11. Saphura 03:54
12. Karma 03:19 

Adult Beverage Pairing
Pabst Blue Ribbon.

ROTATION RECAP:
Vocal Performance
4.7 of 11

Risk of Subwoofer Damage
4.9 of 11

Captivation and Variety
4.3 of 11

Weight of the Heavy
5 of 11

Rhythmic Pace
5.2 of 11
 
Lyrics and Song Structure
4.9 of 11

Fretwork Prowess
5 of 11

Overall Album Flow
4.9 of 11

Album Cover Aesthetics
8 of 11

Production Value
7 of 11

Final Thoughts
Indra is a hard rockin’ album that didn’t quite make in into our everyday rotation. Definitely give these guys a spin, the groove may entice you, we know there is a fan base for Bort out there.

Bort is:
Elias Stohge - Vocals and Guitars
Fernando Gambaleri - Vocals and Bass
Martin Zuccarelli - Drums

Follow Bort: Facebook / Bandcamp
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