Scary dude from Brazil Fernando Vicente basically IS Nahtaivel, and 'Pon Farr' appears to be Nahtaivel's fourth album, the earliest going back to 2002. It's a dark electro-industrial kind of thing, not far removed from the likes of Suicide Commando, Combichrist, Diverje, etc., but possibly with a little more diversity. Speaking of Diverje, Tommy T Rapisardi guests on vocals for the opening track, 'Hate', and also bonus track 'Murder in My Eyes' which is more of less a remix of 'Hate'. Rapisardi is also responsible for the lyrics on these. If you're a Diverje fan you have a good idea what you're in for. 'Pon Farr' is has its fair share of dark dancefloor stompers, well done with squinky and muscular sequenced synths, four-on-the-floor beats, and processed to the hilt vocals, often employing vocoder. Some of the things I really like about this album include the spooky theremin synth sound used on 'The Invention of Lying' and 'Be Productive'; the extra added percussive sounds in 'The Wildflower/The Fly'; the atypical and somewhat progressive 'The Short Story of Asami ' The Gravure Idol'; and the even more atypical instrumental 'Christie's Dream' with anthemic synth horns. You'll also find the obligatory movie dialogue samples interspersed throughout, but mercifully they are not overused and fit the music. The physical CD also contains 3 bonus tracks ' two remixes of 'The Invention of Lying', one Old School, and the other Club Mix with guest spoken vocals by Apostle Niwt of Pecadores. I don't think this song needed two remixes, but'¦whatever. Over all, it's a pretty good effort with interesting interplay in the synth sounds/programming. Nahtaivel has a new album coming out in May ('Epicus Doomicus Electronicus') which promises to be very different from this release, available on digital only, due to budgetary constraints. I'd pick up the physical 'Pon Farr' CD if I were you; the last of a dying breed, and also you get the extra tracks.