With an astral sensibility that dwells between the renegade dystopian limits of its deceitful, but curious harmonies, on this work the listener dives into a marvelous, but lugubrious world of esoteric density, where everything is felt with the sensitive deception of a reluctant mind.
With a salutary, but eccentric versatility that is engraved onto the wider scope of its music, Elder Gods And Sinking Cities has the ability to drive you to the imponderable vicinities of an expressively suggestive, though somewhat calmer reality, a labyrinth of vicissitudes where a rudimentary platform of nothingness extends its lenient principles to a dynamic famine for splendor. Its monumental serenity definitely displays an adaptation of simple, but elegant sonorous contrivances that makes you feel astonished as the track evolves to more shadowy and tense perspectives.
Redundant at first, but departing to more enigmatic realms of undisposed fears, the track is a colossal conjuncture of different musical atmospheres, whose mosaic of dystopian alternate elements perfectly converge altogether. Affecting an everlasting disposition of harmonies that seems an ardent invitation to an everlasting somnolence of introspective universes, the song really appears to be briefer than what really is, as you get lost on the density of its enchanted peripheral abysses, dreaming in a fragment of eternity that reimagines the world as a more virtuous poetic fragrance.
With a sonorous wave of enchantment and lethargy – while flirting heavily with the eternal drowsiness of a delightful rejection of humanity –, the funereal context of expansive mordacity that this song delivers is profoundly genuine; fills the discreet and subtle sonorous sequences of this album long-track with syncretic textures that will drive you through the mortifying ambiguity of organic elements, where entire worlds seems to have been designed.
Definitely a very liturgical album, where the sequences engraves on the shadows of its perennial evasive cosmogonies all the sensibilities of its sinister melodies, Elder Gods And Sinking Cities seems to have been conceived in a ghostly dimension, where you lose yourself entirely, in a proverbial existence of afflictive agony, that imprisons your conscience in absolute anguish, and you simply never leave, but is entirely consumed by the ephemeral dissonance of a fantastic symphony.