The lack of support for this band verges on criminal. They have not a single bad track spanning 6 releases. They have mastered mutable variations on multitudes, all blossoming into an architecture that transmutes and surprises with each new listen. If you like complex music, I recommend purchasing the entire discography.
The first forms of life appeared in this planet inside water. Water, that will eternally follow an unending cycle, as long as there is a planet to host it. A cycle which is being completely taken off it's balance by the human race and its actions.
In this project we invite the listener to feel the current water cycle, as each song represents each part of the cycle with all its prevailing pollution. And so, the album tends to tread unsettling paths, which serve as a way to mimic the contaminated water of this sick earth.
We call for earth's redemption as a way to cleanse herself from all the scum we humans brought with our unconscious actions. And so, after the "acid rain" when all is done, whatever, or whoever remains will definitely learn to respect mother earth and all the laws of the cosmos, specifically the one by Newton: "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction."
We are all stardust, we all came from this universe, and with this we all have to learn to detach from our egos, and a false sense of identity, and learn to live in unity.
released November 13, 2016
Bragadast (Guitar, Portuguese Guitar, Bass, Drum Programming, Synths, Vocals from III, Back-Vocals, Cover and Logo)
Einsichtmar (Vocals, Lyrics, Song Composing, Didgeridoo, Berimbau, Photography, Album Design and inside illustrations)
supported by 15 fans who also own “Cyclum Vitam D'Aqua Pollutio”
Oh yes! This is one fantastic beast! A sea of pounding, psychedelic metal vastness and with Jazz Saxophone on one gorgeous track. I'll spend my last few dollars on that! The album is a feat of engineering! 10/10! Chungus