Colombia’s Estados Alterados mount a dark, propulsive, synth-laden attack fronted by a singer whose voice is deep, masculine and sexy. Each song follows a consistent blueprint that features plenty of electronic punctuation to keep things fresh, delivering nice build-ups to the end. “Miedo” has a catchy beat and insistent guitar riffs. Dark, demonically whispered vocals are prominent in “Bendiciones.” The more upbeat “Pueblo” has beefy synths and pleasing moments of sonic luxury. Since all of the band’s songs are sung in Spanish, we feel these high-quality recordings could be most useful to a film/TV production looking for South-of-the-Border flavor that packs a powerful electronica charge.