Horizonte Lied is an electro-alternative band that combines electronic and organic musical elements with dark sound soundscapes. Horizonte Lied was formed in June 1992.
The band is composed of three individuals, all of whom are composers. The lead producer, second vocals, synths, and percussions are all handled by Alex Ezert, with Jesus Logar providing the lead vocals, synths, and percussions. Bernardo Garza takes care of the percussion and synths. The group began making music when they were young and in the same class. Some bands they were inspired by include Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, Clan of Xymox, Soda Stereo, Simple Minds, and Duran Duran.
Today I am going to be talking about their new single “Destello Inmortal (Radio Edit) [Remastered].” Although I couldn’t understand the lyrics, I was immediately drawn in by the dark, mysterious energy of Horizonte Lied’s music. The deep,synth-driven soundscape is punctuated by experimental rhythms, giving the song a distinctly new wave and industrial feel. The band’s innovative arrangements blend electronic and darkwave music effortlessly, revealing a true mastery of their craft. As the music builds up, so does the intensity of the soundscape. From the very beginning, the song is an assault on the senses(in a good way) with its pulsing synths and driving bassline. The drums come in soon after, adding to the song’s hypnotic effect. I found myself completely lost in the music, transported to another world entirely. It is the perfect song to listen to on a night as you contemplate life and maybe the universe and its mystery. You will headbang to the hypnotic beats of the song and appreciate the deep, dark undertones. This is a truly unique and accomplished band, and I can’t wait to hear more from them.
Enjoy listening to Destello Inmortal (Radio Edit) [Remastered] here.