The litmus test compared to the excellent Envoy is not late to arrive since, only two years later, is published Alien World, concept taken from Solaris, fascinating work of philosophical science fiction of the great Polish writer Stanislaw Lem, then transposed cinematically by the Russian director Tarkovsky. Below The Sun take up the challenge with eight long tracks, impressive for an iridescent work, rich in sounds and ideas and aimed at creating an imaginative soundtrack, a journey full of emotions, introspection, inner research, a work not easy to understand if not after several listenings that allow you to fully appreciate the labyrinth of sounds created without the use of keyboards: and this appears even more amazing as you can not remain indifferent to the large instrumental spaces conceived within the various tracks. Unfortunately, when some tracks that should have been part of a third full length had already been sketched out, the suicide of the guitarist and co-founder Vacuum (Egor Mikhailov), occurred in the first days of 2020, could have inevitably slowed down if not interrupted the progression of what was being proposed as one of the most stimulating realities emerged in recent times.
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