This piece come directly from “Kill me again“.
On the web, friendship, affinity, common and many of the virtual data are pretty the same as in real life.
Sometimes for a moment it’s possible to share a goal, a taste or whatever.
A year after “Kill me again” was been release a singer contacted me.
He was searching for composers, music makers and all that could be usefull to build up a ground for his desire to share his voice on the web.
It was his choice not to make me create a totally new song but to work on “Kill me again“.
I knew that he was oriented in classical and pop blended musics. Some kind of experimental creations.
The duo he used to be in was called “Shamatronic”.
Her are the widgets for the streaming and the freedownload for Shamatronic albums on archive.org
It fits perfectly because Cire de Sacub wanted to sing in latin some mysterious antic lyrics rewrited by “Giordano Bruno“. If you open the page on Restorm there’s few explaination about it.
Cire de Sacub, the singer, has a background of classical and rock singing.
He asked me to give him the masters splited track of “Kill me again” after I accepted to use this huge work of mine for a new version blended with his voice.
I left him pretty free to cut in the flesh of my baby and after a time he made me listen something that was taking out all the “GORE” colors.
Cire de Sacub wanted to turn it into an “esoteric” story of monks and demons war.
Some kind of battle between light against dark forces .
Here is the widget for the streaming and freedownload in Archive.org
So on my side I recomposed strings, piano, electronic ambient parts to give the space to his voice and making sure the music carries the story of madness inside the “Monasterium furor”.
Latelly I changed the artwork into a better reflect of the feeling that comes out from this crazy piece.
A more religious picture that fit much better than the first one.
It’s fifteen minutes of music. It’s fifteen minutes of introspective fights inside an imaginary place where strenght and weakness bring the caracteres close to a spiritual death.
I deeply believe that none of the two versions is better than the other. They are just different.