Our second full-length album released september 21st 2012.
Christine Sten - Vocals
Victor Sågfors - Guitar & additional keyboards
Staffan Strömsholm - Vocals, Steinway Grand Piano, Analog Synthesizers & Rhodes
Jafet Kackur - Bass
Erik Herman Lillkung - Drums
Track 8 Featuring Pat Mastelotto(King Crimson) - Electric Drums & Percussion
Produced by Victor Sågfors
All songs composed by Victor Sågfors except track 1, 2 & 8 co-composed with Jafet Kackur & Erik Herman Lillkung and track 7 & 9 co-composed with Staffan strömsholm. Lyrics by Sågfors. Arranged by Opus symbiosis.
Recorded between July 2011 and April 2012 at Midas Studios in Replot, Former J2M studios in Jakobstad, Köpmansgatan 22 C 27 in Jakobstad and P@Casa in Austin, Texas, USA.
Audio engineering by: Anders Höglund, Petter Erikslund, Pat Mastelotto & Opus Symbiosis.
Mixed by Anders Höglund at Midas Studios
Assisted by Petter Erikslund
Mastered by Svante Forsbäck at Chartmakers
This is an excellent performance by Markus
Reuter. His solo soundscapes now surpass
the earlier performances by Robert Fripp ; I speak as a long time admirer of RF and admire his on going work with the current manifestation of King Crimson . Nick Bradey
Oh, I remember it well, that living room concert in the flat of a buddy in Cologne. I probably didn't know what I was really going to experience that evening. But I was blown away. The intensity of the performance struck me. No one spoke, no one clapped, everyone was in trance. Later, I was introduced to Markus and I told him: "So when are you going to replace Robert Fripp in King Crimson. Really, you're going to be a star." He smiled politely. "You too. You already got the looks (!) and the aura of a star." I laughed. I was a small inexperienced and unimportant critic. But at least one of us was (almost) right that evening. This was the first and important step in Markus' solo career. The music still gives me shivers. In a good way. It sucks me right in, right into me. I always felt strongly connected to the music, 20 years later, this is still one of my favorite soundscapes albums. Sal Pichireddu