Il Sopravvissuto is Marnero’s third album, second of a inevitably unrealizable trilogy of Failure.
Il Sopravvissuto is a unique tale, four quadrants, eight fragments of the logbook in a black night across the Ocean of Possible, in a maybe no more linear Time.
Il Sopravvissuto talks about impossible comebacks, searching for syllables, names and identities, recoveries.
Il Sopravvissuto talks about Demons Pre and Ante Festum, Furies and Sirens, spirals and knots untied in the Circle of the Middle, axes, eyes wide open. Of self determination and overturned dumpsters.
This is, in the findings of those who have told us. But more interesting, perhaps, is to know what these findings tell to the listeners, unless that it is not only just a round dead stuff with grooves, inside an useless cardboard box.
"After the first step beyond the threshold everything is already miles and miles behind."