III, Ascension by Feigur: Review
I truly admire the music made by the French. One of my favorite acts ‘Daft Punk’ originate from there, now it seems I have a new favorite! Adrien Tibi, remember the name ladies and gents. He is a multi-instrumentalist and also a graphic designer! Hence, he is responsible for the creation of the band Feigur. I’ve been hearing the songs from his album ‘III, Ascension’ and I must say it he creates an impressive melody. The genre is a mix of atmospheric music, with a bit of edge which I think arrives from the cinematic score. There is a mixture of classical, progressive music, and dark cyberpunk.
‘III, Ascension’ has nine songs, and it is truly a journey from start to finish. Every track has a different instrumental tale to tell, with some beat drops, and vocals here and there. It’ll take you places you never thought you would go. The enchanting melody will put you in a trance that will be unforgettable. ‘III, Ascension’ is consistent and flows like an endless river. The synth and piano sections are exceptional and pave the way for something intense.
Adrien Tibi (Asubha, Attralia, Winifer Odd, exMortifera, ex-Celestia, ex-Dementia Ad Vitam) began the solo project Feigur in 2007 as a means of expressing his thoughts on the afterlife and the impact death has on the mind, heart, and soul. Feigur began as a raw, distorted, frigid, yet ethereal Black Metal entity before evolving into its present incarnation of experimental, spiritual, organic, and industrial electronic soundtracks.
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Photo credits: Joanna Stawnicka
Review by: Damien Reid