Of a certain thickness and specific weight are De Profvndis Clamati from Curitiba: their story begins in the early years of the century with two different monikers and a style close to black with folk veins, but with the entry in the line-up of Kleber Fainer the band shifts decisively towards funeral. With only Kleber left to hold the reins of the project, the musical direction develops precisely toward a funeral with broad orchestral overtones, as seems clear from the first notes of the debut ep In Between Passionate Minnuendos (2011). In the version released the following year by Evander Sinque’s MFL Records, two long tracks are added, making the overall duration entirely consistent with that of a full length. In the summer of 2013, after the total turnover of Fainer’s backing musicians, The Transylvanian Mountainside Aria was released, catalogued as a single but in fact containing two tracks that collectively approach the half-hour total duration; piano and orchestral phrasing intersect with the at times solemn and emotionally rich procession, albeit with a vocal compartment with wide margins for improvement.

2013 – Independent 2019 – Satanarsa Records