Alejandro Sabranski, with his solo project Funeris, has always had the merit of offering the listener the sensation of being faced with one of the most credible and genuine versions of funeral. The last of the many recordings is As The Dark Lulls, the tenth album of a musician who, in his being objectively more prolific than average in terms of releases, has always avoided flooding the web with singles, ep, compilations, splits and so on, helping to focus the hard core of his fans only on the full length, as it should always be. This work continues stylistically on the line adopted in the most recent releases, therefore presenting a gloomy and painful sound but not without a consistent atmospheric component; everything is proposed in an impeccable way and the three long tracks result once again satisfying for the admirers of the genre, widely immunized against the risks deriving from the prolonged listening of the more than twenty minutes of Donde Se Pudren Los Versos, a track however more intense than the other two, even if valid, episodes.

2020 – Silent Time Noise