Contemporary work, but sounds that are greatly inspired by the best Italian soundtracks of the 70s and 80s – particularly those keyboard-heavy horror scores that have been so influential over the years! The music has the live, non-programmed feel of the best Goblin
albums – but also comes across with less jamming, and a more thoughtful array of space overall – often letting the instrumentation echo out with one note before the next one comes along! There's a tiny bit of vocals at one point, but most sounds are instrumental – on keyboards, percussion, flute, and clavinet. Titles include "Ignorance Of Visual Information", "Moon Landing", "Emotional Architecture", "Dies Irae", and "To Keep From Falling Off".
(Insane package – a very hevy, very thick cardboard cover that acts like a pocket for the green vinyl, insert, and bonus CD!)