EndName - Eva (CD) Digipak

EndName - Eva (CD) Digipak

experimental / sludge metal, Slow Burn Records, Slow Burn Records
500.00 Р
Price in points: 1000 points
BURN 024-19 xs
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With their fifth album, the Moscow-based band EndName continues the instrumental journey, further and further venturing into open space. The EVA album is saturated with atmospheric electronic arrangements designed to enrich and complement the guitar sound. Paying tribute to the past and looking into the future, a sound explorer is invited to sink into the EVA album, to be here and now, in the middle of colossal cosmos, to surrender to the powerful stream of sound, space and time.

Tracklist:
1 Sputnik-1
2 Nostromo
3 Pegas
4 Tahmasib
5 Vimana

Artist:
EndName
Artist Country:
Russia
Album Year:
2019
Title:
Eva
Style:
experimental / sludge metal
Format:
CD
Type:
CD Album
Package:
Digipak
Label:
Slow Burn Records
Cat No:
BURN 024-19
Release Year:
2019
Barcode:
4627080611566
Country Of Manufacture:
Russia
Cover and tracks description

The cover contains art painted by a member of the band Dmitry Musatov. The picture on the front page depicts an astronaut in a spacesuit in a fetal position and associated with the album title - Extra-Vehicular Activity (EVA). The other pages and CD contain art with space motives.

1. Sputnik-1:
The name of the first earthling's spacecraft was launched by USSR in 1957. This occasion is the beginning of the space age of humanity.

2. Nostromo:
A fantastic starship tracker from the film Alien shot by Ridley Scott in 1979, which unfolds the dramatic events of the movie.

3. Pegas:
Fantastic spaceship designed for scientific expeditions. Used to search and transport on Earth of the rare instances of cosmic animals. Mentioned in 16 stories about Alice by Kir Bulychev.

4. Tahmasib:
Photon starship participated in a number of Soviet science fiction novels by brothers Boris and Arkady Strugatsky in the 1950s.

5. Vimana:
(Sanskrit. विमान) a hypothetical aircraft described in ancient Indian literature.
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