Muzikaal en qua compositie erg knap, al blijf ik de zang een minder punt vinden bij deze Ijslanders. Neemt niet weg dat ik uitkijk naar hun nieuw album. Post rock met héél wat diverse invloeden én een mooie animated video.
Endless Twilight of Codependent Love verschijnt op 6 november via Season Of Mist.
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ter info This is the story of a woman who fell for someone who promised her the world with his smile," explains drummer Hallgrímur Jón Hallgrimsson. "She fell captive to his mind games. His intentions were riddled with evil as he fed off of her love. Her humanity disappears as he gains power by mentally and physically torturing her, keeping her locked away in a prison of her own mind.
"The video illustrates her personal journey through hell as she spirals further into the darkness of captivity until what feels like the end. But one day she is able to gather her strength and use the rest of her power towards the dark to fight her way back into the light. As she kills him with the very shovel he was going to use to bury her with, he is still smiling at her. Laughing at her. Mocking her.
"This song is about fighting the demons that you allow to control your mind, and breaking free. It’s about rescuing yourself and finding the strength and the courage to be victorious, no matter how hurt you’ve been."
"Depression is a deep dark demon filled cave that I've spent too much of my life in, and as I started finding visuals for Sólstafir's hauntingly brilliant Drýsill, life and art seemed to mix in terrible new ways," adds video director Kim Holm. "The lyrics deal with themes of death and abuse that I’ve luckily been spared, but the journey through the underworld seemed to metaphorically mirror each day working on it. I like to believe there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, but realistically it’s not so for everyone. Drýsill is a statement that for some, there should be no light. Only the end."