In.Verno | The Reasonable Choice of Insanity

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The Reasonable Choice of Insanity

by In.Verno

A closer look to the depths of the human soul, its yearnings, its emotions, its desires and disillusions... summarized in five dualities that show the two faces of the soul. Given this perspective, insanity is always a choice.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Gothic Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. We Are a Lie (All That Is False, Pt. 1)
5:41 $0.99
2. Dark Light (All That Is False, Pt. 2)
7:25 $0.99
3. Red Dusk Over a Fire and Tears Sea (The Rage Breed, Pt. 1)
6:01 $0.99
4. Blue Dawn of Overwhelming Helplessness (The Rage Breed, Pt. 2)
4:40 $0.99
5. Opportunity (Human's Inside Pt. 4)
3:44 $0.99
6. Threat (Human's Inside, Pt. 5)
4:37 $0.99
7. Reborn in the Fog (In Grave Alive, Pt. 1)
5:01 $0.99
8. Clarity (In Grave Alive, Pt. 2)
5:50 $0.99
9. Last Rites (In Memoriam, Pt. 1)
6:27 $0.99
10. Requiem (In Memoriam, Pt. 2)
5:36 $0.99
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Album Notes
The band was formed in late 2001 in Vigo (Spain) after the union of Xan Muñiz (guitar), Juan Fernandez (bass), Julio (violin) and Jorge Garcia (drums), all from previous projects that failed to materialize, with the idea to form a group of gothic metal grounded in very different styles such as the Doom Metal, Progressive Metal, Death Metal or Folk.

A few months later, in early 2002, joined the group the female voice of Laura Comesaña, who previously served on various metal bands and that currently is the Black Metal band's keyboardist, Fallen Sentinel.

In the summer of 2003 the band reaches Enrique Martin (keyboards) and few months later Julio leaves the band. Enrique is currently the keyboardist pop rock groups Troy McClure and Antifrágil.

The band recorded in 2005 in Elite Studios his first album called "in darkness again..." a demo consists of four songs about half an hour. In 2007, forming part of the Galician project Gallaecian metal band Metal Compilation, In.Verno brings his single "River Of Oblivion", belonging to his demo.

Their first LP appears in 2009 carrying the title "Realscapes", an album that reveals a more forceful and melodic style, and has important collaborations like Suso Feixón (A Roda, Crema de Gaita, Flydrums ...) or Macarena Montesinos (Avalon, Miñor Swing...).

His experience has led them live to play in prestigious venues such as "El Clavicémbalo" or "Nova Olimpia" and at festivals from the likes of Askuarock or Revoltallo, sharing the stage with bands like Thee Orakle, Rex Devs, Dawn Of Tears, Noctem or Darksun, among others.

In late 2010 the American webzine invites the group to participate in a tribute album to Peter Steele (Type 0 Negative) "All for none, none for all: A Tribute to Peter Steele" recording a cover of one of the songs from the band; This compilation was published in April 2011 and results also arrival the group of Fran Alvarez, sound technician and guitarist from the metal band NOT.

From this moment, and with the current lineup, the group focuses on closing the composition of their second album called "The Reasonable Choice Of Insanity" that reveal a style more direct and unequivocal and very careful production, harboring disturbing and catchy melodies.

"The interplay of guitar with melodic drums, keyboards that aren’t afraid to go in whatever bizarre direction they want, infrequent use of sound effects, and varying vocals all provide an experience that borders on the avant-garde. Each keyboard passage does something completely different than what is heard on previous songs, going from eerie passages to shrill rock opera style segments without skipping a beat."




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