Last updated on 10 July 2020
Alright, now I am really delirious. As in glassy-eyed and dizzy.
I just watched De Lirium’s Order‘s latest video called Singularity. And I can tell ya, they talk about fractals. Fractal Music to be precise, which is already a scientific concept in itself.
And the video tries to depict exactly that thought. So, throughout the clip you are kinda unsure, if you are inside a computer, in a futuristic and dreary landscape, or someone just beamed you into a parallel and apocalyptic universe. You know, the Quantum Foam theory all over again. But whilst repetitive, it does catch the essence of the tune pretty well.
What really threw me, however, is the band’s mix of some industrial or technical type of Death Metal with Progressive Metal. On top, Singularity boasts a tasty compound of experimental riffs that really reminds me of the stuff Haken released lately. Together with the well-tuned exchange of growls and clear voice vocals, this creates a spicy jambalaya of a fractured, yet juicy tune. Good stuff.
We are already looking forward to the upcoming album.
De Lirium’s Order are:
Juha Kupiainen – Guitars
Kari Olli – Vocals (ex-Pressure Points)
Vesa Nupponen – Guitars (ex-Excalion)
Erkki Silvennoinen – Bass (Omnium Gatherum, Raskasta Joulua)
Now to the video: