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The Desert Fathers

The Spirituality

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(1otx cd, 29'03'' ThreeSpheres rec 'o3)

 | pall youhideme
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Piuttosto bizzarri, ubriachi ma lucidi e indefinibili, con firme su master/ingegneria del suono by Steve Albini e Greg Norman (Zwan), Roger Seibel (Cat Power, Sunny Day Real Estate), Loro sono un terzetto che alla voce/chitarra vede il batterista di The Forms (con capoccella occasionale anche di Ecco Teres, il cantante), percussioni, basso, - stracciando melodie che passano dall'art post-metal rancido, echi di SubPop, schizofrenico, al cantato alla Talking Heads o Birthday Party, fino alla serietà di Gloria In Excelsis Deo, sfiorando lo strumentale beatificato, subito masticato e rigurgitato dai cani (Pitbulls) della traccia seguente. È come sentire i The Forms in crisi mistica, appunto. Tra il Sacro (i titoli, tutto il column del digipack) e il Bislacco, anche l'artwork poi, cani con le ali che tengono tra i denti delle arpe, gli stessi di cui canta mr. Acquaman (..). Strani!

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Somewhat bizzarre, drunk but lucid and hard to classify, with signs on sound engineering and mastering by Steve Albini e Greg Norman (Zwan), Roger Seibel (Cat Power, Sunny Day Real Estate). They're a trio seeing at vocals and guitar The Forms's drummer (with some special appereance of bandmate and singer Ecco Teres too), percussions, bass, - tearing up melodies passing from rancid art/post-metal, SubPop echoes, to sung à la Talking Heads or Birthday Party, until seriousness of Gloria In Excelsis Deo, brushing blissed instrumental music, - soon chewed and retched by dogs (Pitbulls) of following track. It's like to hear to The Forms in a mystic crisis, yep. Between the Sacrum (titles, the whole column on the booklet) and the Odd, - like the artwork too, dogs with wings keeping an harp between teeth, same dogs mr Acquaman (..) is singing of. Strange!
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