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Release published in four versions: Digipack CD complete with large booklet ( 500 copies), marbled green LP (60 copies), marbled blue LP (60 copies) and black LP (180 copies). Aima is a vocal master of ceremonies in a work steeped in mysticism and archaic rituality, this time on the wings of a particularly powerful magnetism, well supported both by Diego’s synths and by Trevor’s instruments (primarily the decisive percussion).

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It will be the collaboration between artists of different origins, it will be that the figurative part emerges overbearing as it rarely happens in other works, but this work that accompanies us through seven Orphic Hymns lives and brings to life emotions that go beyond simple listening. Singing and music merge in a continuous flow of sounds where the voices of Aima and Evor become real musical instruments and do not follow melodies, but create them, changing like the fumes that suddenly became voices, shadows of spirits, begging for Orpheus when he was engaged in his bitter enterprise in Hades.

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