Decimus – #11 (Digitalis Recordings DIGIV041 – 2012)
Now there is an opportunity to perceive the processes inside the brain of Decimus [Junius Brutus Albinus], the assassin of Julius Caesar, with about forty-five minutes of chaotic and depressed sound experiments. A-side is introduced by double bass and classical notes before subtle H-bomb percussion and frightening moaning enters the stage. Despite of presence of some harmonic riffs it’s mostly about a subdued drone storm. B-side opens with waves of distortion, accompanied by melodic strings and processed voices before proceeding to far-out sound protuberances.
“#11” is like from the minds of a burned-out philharmonic orchestra seeking wilder side of life and having decided to resort to instrumental abstractions for the open-minded.