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Corde Oblique’s new album ‘The Moon Is A Dry Bone’, out now via Dark Vinyl Records

The band launches a genre that defines “FolkGaze”, or a blending between Neofolk and Shoegaze.

“The Moon Is A Dry Bone” is the last tile in the poetic mosaic of Corde Oblique. The band launches a genre that defines “FolkGaze”, or a blending between Neofolk and Shoegaze. The usual in fact, folk sounds intertwine with something new: those who know the band will recognize their well-defined identity, this time shaken up with a more extreme and brave approach.

The harshness of times contained within each song is showcased with courage but sweetened by a light shining from childhood, streaming from the regions where wonder can still be inspiration and action. The seventh studio album by Corde Oblique – out today in physical and digital via Dark Vinyl Records – includes 11 unreleased songs written and produced by the mastermind Riccardo Prencipe, and a cover from Anathema.

“The Moon Is A Dry Bone” presents an artist who is still able to speak to the arid yet receptive and promising planets. Mixed and recorded by Massimo Aluzzi at the Splash recording Studio in Naples and mastering by Geoff Pesche at Abbey Road Studio in London.

 



“The Moon Is A Dry Bone” artwork and track listing:

01 – Almost Blue
02 – La Strada
03 – The moon is a dry bone
04 – Le grandi anime
05 – Le Torri di Maddaloni
06 – Il figlio dei Vergini
07 – La casa del Ponte
08 – Temporary peace
09 – Il terzo suono
10 – Herculaneum
11 – Almost Blue II

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