Apocalypse has nine somewhat extensive, but marvelously elaborated tracks, upon which you submerge into the deepest abscesses and terrains of the universe: Hypnosis, Sulphurous rain, Abandoned city, Dying oceans, Stay in your homes!, Global threat, System collapse, Towers of sand and Prayers from nowhere. With a fatalist musical layer, that seems to obliterate the human reason and all ordinary references definitively, here you have no choice but to dwell in a distant, tense and dystopian nothingness, that reverses entire patterns of normality, gravely vociferating into the pandemonium of an intermittent and cruel demise the agony of an unspeakable imminent doom. With full abilities to make you undertake a prolonged journey throughout your worst predicaments, Apocalypse is an album that offers horrendous perpetual visions, solitary dark soundscapes and vulnerable fantastic sounds, whose abominable capacities your imagination is entirely free to conceive.
A master in sculpting the sonorous deliverance of forgotten worlds – the dense substratum of long dispersed sensible dimensions that revolves around the vicinities of its own torment –, each track on this album is a desperate voyage into a somber, malignant and hostile fragmented existence; nobody has ever conceived before entire universes of sound with such an abundance of suggestive and exhilarating dark elements. You definitely feel yourself lost in a devastated scenario, where the world as we know has completely disappeared.
With a simple, but creative and methodic technique that allows him to explore the expansive harmonies of his pragmatic and proficient style, the dark music of Sonologyst is a genuine, fearful and anxious journey throughout the most horrendous vicinities of a colossal cataclysm full of insecurities, hysteria, wreckages, ashes and dust. The downfall of darkness has come. Sonologyst proves, with this hallucinating and nefarious album, Apocalypse, that he definitely does the perfect soundtrack for the end of the world.