Electronic worlds of sound find their acoustic home created by classical instruments.
'The Anatomy Of Silence' is completely different from anything the discography of
has ever included before. While the acoustic versions of many classic DOD songs have been favorites among the fans at concerts for many years, the concept was never captured on CD. Until now.
A line-up reduced to drums, piano, acoustic guitars and bass, cello, double bass and vocals might sound basic or simple, but within the scope of these compositions, the instruments blend to create great depth and power. It carries a heaviness that feeds off the clear definition of the instruments but leaves enough space for the listener to lose himself hopelessly in music.
With this space and atmosphere, these musical pieces sound like they are to be discovered for the first time, and yet, they sound familiar and close. Let us pause for a moment and venture on a new musical chapter. With 'The Anatomy of Silence', Diary of Dreams
have managed once again to go their very own way, a way that is not only open to loyal companions but especially to those that enter the DOD world for the first time and are keen to discover it for themselves.