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Mondoriviera: horror debut album “Il Tempio degli Uomini Granchio” is out today via Brutture Moderne

Il Tempio degli Uomini Granchio (in English, it could be translated as The Temple of Crab Men) is the first album by Mondoriviera, the new project by Lorenzo Camera, also involved in the Italian bands Ponzio Pilates and Manuel Pistacchio. The album is out today, June 5, 2020, on vinyl and all digital platforms via Brutture Moderne, an independent label that has always supported the artistic path of the young, versatile and imaginative musician from Romagna, from the province of Rimini.

Il Tempio degli Uomini Granchio is a lo-fi post-electronic soundtrack for a film (still) never made, mainly created with a very old PC, equipped with completely free software and plugins, and an effected guitar. “I was inspired by the perpetual and engaging sonic metamorphosis of Spencer Clark and James Ferraro: they had a monstrous influence on me and helped me to refresh my imagination“.

The thirteen instrumental tracks follow one another telling a story that has its roots in the horror magazines for kids of the 80s, filtered through different degrees of pro-vaporwave psychedelia.

During songwriting, Lorenzo Camera had fun also experimenting with three-dimensional modeling and animation, always thanks to the help of open source programs, rendering and editing clips that constitute now eclectic visuals between 3D computer graphics, amateur aesthetics and mental trip.

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