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Anima Virus

"End Of Eden"


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Release: 2009
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Anima Virus - End Of Eden CD

Distant light years from the "soap's beads" that the darkbiz daily offers, the melodies and the musical solutions of "End of the Eden" represent the perfect equilibrium among class, melody and impact to the state of the art. Anima Virus redraw the canons of Gothic music and it overcomes them: dark ambient vapors, club-electro pulsation, poisoned death-rock, gothic rides, rare melodies... The last shines of light in the lost garden draw as fascinating and so anxious shades. Anima Virus was born in 1996, after the dissolution of the preceding band, "The Vacuum", in which Aurelio Gioia was singer and guitarist. The sound of the band was near to late seventies post-punk tradition: early Christian Death, Cure, Bauhaus. Currently Anima Virus enriches its sounds with electronic nuances close to latest Depeche Mode, Goldfrapp and to the electro-punk Californian scene. Anima Virus was born by the way of a sound research aimed at actualize and personalize the literary and philosophical topics of the ancient classic culture utilizing a musical electro-rock code which contains a marked attitude to introspective contents, and some themes concerning the social alienation. The hard and acid, but at the same time tuneful and charmed sound take shape in powerful compositions, founded on electronics but united with the love for the Californian gothic-death-rock scene. The result is a sort of 80ies New-Wave sound enriched by the technology of the 21st century. A special praise deserves the amazing cover of Echo and the Bunnymen's timeless classic "The Killing Moon". A real revelation!
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InfraRot item number:2003.951
Label's catalogue number:CD0121
1.Days Of Ice
2.Black Lines
3.Sin And Sacrifice
5.An Old Wisdom
6.The Gust Of The Wind
7.Bed Of Thorns
8.Zdzislaw Beksinski
9.The Hunt
11.Blood From Heaven
13.The Killing Moon (Echo And The Bunnymen)