Genre/Influences: Dark-ambient, industrial.
Content: An impressive number of guest artists have been invited to achieve “Combustioni”. Nordvargr, Luca Soi (Void Of Silence), Kammarheit, Naxal Protocol and Caul contributed to this work, which is mixing dark-ambient influences together with heavier epic and industrial parts. The vocals of Luca Soi even inject a pure ethereal touch to the industrial heaviness. The tracks have been accomplished with obscure, anguished atmospheres and electronic treatments.
+ + + : This album stands for diversity and certain ambient/industrial eclecticism, which is due to the different guest artists. The compositions reveal a sophisticated writing, which mainly comes through at “Averni Flammas Transivi” featuring Kammarheit. In a different style there’s the graceful “Immanence” featuring the heavenly vocals of Luca Soi while Caul has been featured as well.
– – – : Diversity can be still considered as the main point of discussion. There’s a kind of hiatus between the most noticeable cuts and a few other tracks, which are less accomplished.
Conclusion: The main characteristic of “Combustioni” is the dark sphere recovering the compositions; it feels like a sonic voyage throughout an imaginary inferno.
Best songs: “Averni Flammas Transivi”, “Immanence”, “A Shimmer In The Void”.