After two brilliant albums on Steinklang/Ahnstern, the Portuguese Neo-Folk act The Joy of Nature
delivers the third part of it's trilogy on Rage in Eden. Created in two different and very special periods of time, it musically unites both Western and Eastern sounds. The tracks contained are the musical expression of different kinds of dreams.
It consists of folk, experimental, psychedelic and industrial elements, and even classical music but sounding, at various places, like ritual music. The structures of the tracks owe as much to classical as to psychedelic music. Anitya is that which has no existence in the beginning and no existence in the end. Its nature is impermanence.