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In social morality, Benoít Malon argued that the supreme wisdom in our time is to be able to think pessimist and act optimistic.
Heisenberg, from Rome, in a sense, with their Immaginarie Linee Matematiche Tra Cielo e Terra, seem to embody this existential balance.
Suspended between the changes and pre-emotional moods of Rites of spring and Mineral, and the fury of the operational and unreachable DIY of La quiete, it is as if they had the right shovel for digging a hypothetical tunnel connecting the house of claustrophobic Born against with the breadth of vision of the higher terraces Envy have ever popped up. The uncertainty principle in quantum physics, indeed dear to Werner Karl Heisenberg, involved a series of reflections on how the Earth and Universe, Man and the world are not opposing terms, but additional and terminal, into a continuous exchange of communicative messages. The monumental rocky mountain of the cover is like it menacingly got that idea of connection among the proximity of heaven and earth, mentioned in the album's title.
Maybe it's because the booklet reminds me of An Anthology of Dead Ends (Botch). In general, even if they take a lot from the roots of the local italian HC scene, they have like an open eye on future, and then an open mind.
Besides Carver and DeLillo, we appreciate to find a clarification about the controvertial meeting in Copenaghen.
Excellent as the sound production, by Valerio Hombrelobo. It's not that clear if it's him who chooses great bands, or if he unconsciously wants to impose his own trademark sound on all the works he produces, yet the result is good good.
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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