Are you prepared to take a musical voyage into the depths of experimentation and darkness that will blow your mind? You need look no further because “Infinitum,” the newest release from Some Distant Memory, will take you on a journey that will have your mind spinning—both metaphorically and maybe physically.
Only three months after releasing their second album, “Probe,” “Infinitum” is the third entry in what the band amiably refers to as their “original trilogy.” This CD is more than simply a selection of songs; it’s an idea, a declaration, and a very labor-intensive project of love. You did really read correctly. The band was ready to put up with mind-numbing headaches to achieve perfection. That is commitment!
The Odyssey, Dark and Experimental:
You’re in for a treat if you like dark, deep, and themed music. With “Infinitum,” Some Distant Memory” has elevated their sound to a whole new plane. This album combines experimental production with gloomy melodies, creating a sound rollercoaster that sometimes veers into unexplored territory. It sounds like an electronic lovechild between “OK Computer” by Radiohead and “White Light/White Heat” by The Velvet Underground.
The outcome? It is a work of experimental and gloomy music that simultaneously makes you wonder about the purpose of existence and want for more.
The Simplicity Art:
The words of “Infinitum” are strikingly straightforward yet powerful, even if the music could send you on an insane rollercoaster. Certain Distant Memory understands that there are situations when less really is more, and their lyrics have a way of striking a very emotional chord with listeners. You may hear them whispering secrets in your ear as you make your way through their audio labyrinth.
Art That Expresses A Lot:
Any album must have strong artwork, and “Infinitum” delivers in this area as well. The iconic Peter Saville served as inspiration for the album’s artwork, along with a hint of personal inspiration. It serves as a kind of visual appetizer for the auditory feast you are about to partake in. Your eyes will thus have their own small excursion in addition to your ears’ enjoyment.
Where to Look for This Gem of Sonic:
Fortunately, if you’re eager to explore the mysterious realm of “Infinitum,” you can. Accessing their music has never been easier, thanks to some Distant Memory. “Infinitum” is available on a number of websites, including Pandora, iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and even Amazon Music. You have a plethora of alternatives when it comes to listening, purchasing, or streaming.
To sum up, “Infinitum” by Some Distant Memory is not your typical record. It’s an eerie, avant-garde journey that will leave you wanting more. Thus, give “Infinitum” a listen if you’re in the mood for a musical journey that could just give you a headache—but in the nicest kind of way. You could become lost in the boundless universe of Some Distant Memory, but you won’t be let down.