Cessation of Nothing, Mass & Body, Inversion, Spectre & Light, Static Earth, Moon & Sky, Falling Temporarily and Revolving Sun, Earth is a very peculiar, yet exceedingly traditional ambient music album, with an interesting intensity bound to its rhythms, always intertwined by a serenity that can be extremely sincere and melancholic at the same time. With the ordinary onset of a harmony unspoken, the tracks on this record are all but an elusive chain of intrinsic, yet colorful, dense and very much alive set of songs, with a surprise singing in one of the tracks.
With a peaceful and transcendental atmosphere that holds the entire musical journey throughout the tracks, Earth manages to be quite a musical achievement, as it is severely different from other albums of the genre. With an understanding calmness that easily fulfills all the prospects of a serious and very outstanding artistic proposition, this album, besides being cohesively built in the wingspan of a coherent and delightful ecstatic coverage, underlines a score of a purely dimensional dream of perpetual wisdom, where worlds made of fog deprives your senses of any meaning, setting the music as the only real truth worth living in your life.
Apparently building – with all the vast sonorous proficiency of a very bright and lucid ethereal destitution – a parallel world where everything besides sound seems irrelevant, Earth surprisingly collides with its own sphere of sentimental capacities, since its harmonies seems to revolve around the empty vastness of melodies never touched by elements unseen. Nevertheless, despite the beauty of all tracks having an exceedingly colorful identity of its own, as the main sonorous storyline increases in a wide variety of ways, as the album progresses, a fearless, undeniable and solid unity scores behind the album, infatuating and exploring interesting elements, that holds all the tenacious segments of the record as one great and meritorious work, with no cracking failures, or wrongful tonalities to be found, whatsoever.
Earth, by Vermiss, it is certainly an almost perfect – if not perfect, as a matter of fact – ambient album, with several layers of unspeakable poetic ambitions, settled in groundbreaking tenacious harmonies, hidden in the implausible subtleties of the singular opacities of each track. A rather peculiar and fantastic work of art, this album should be an obligation for all enthusiasts of ambient music. A very colorful, creative, dynamic, superb, and exceedingly versatile work, Earth, by Vermiss, is an album that you have to hear, in order to possibly believe. An astounding and superior work of art, this is an album ready to score a place in the history of the genre. Without pretension, this is exactly what Earth was made to do.