The new album "I killed Someone" is out now. "I Killed Someone is an experimental record: sounding past and feeling new, it has been performed on traditional instruments digitally amplified and filtered. This is not electronic music - this is rock: 13 songs snapshooting a span of 13 years lifetime". Thanks for your support.
14 anni dopo la sua uscita ecco nuovamente il primo album degli iyv – waiting for my Muse called Love – in una versione interamente rimasterizzata. Un concept album di 12 tracce, ancora più vive e vibranti di allora. Registrato presso il lesder studio di Tommaso Mantelli (AKA Captain Mantell) tra il novembre 2001 e l’aprile 2002, questo disco ottenne molti consensi da parte di pubblico e critica online. Un album dal sapore grunge che trasmette tutti i sentimenti celati nei retroscena della comprensione di quella cosa chiamata amore.
Fourteen years after its original release, IYV first album “Waiting for my Muse called Love” is due in a new completely remastered version. A 12-track long concept album now even more vibrant than before, recorded in Lesder study by Tommaso Mantelli (AKA Captain Mantell) between November 2001 and April 2002, this record grabbed much attention from both the general public and online music critics. A grunge-flavoured album that is capable of delivering the wide sprectrum of feelings hidden behind the scenes of the thing we call Love.
“Di marcato stampo post grunge, “I’ve killed someone” è un disco a cui davvero non manca nulla: è colto, solido, impegnato, registrato bene e suonato con una passione che si sente vibrare dalle prime note di “The Night I have to see” fino agli ultimi secondi di “life deceiver”, per un totale di cinquantasei minuti di cui nemmeno uno risulta vuoto, e nemmeno superfluo.”
“Heavily post-grunge-inspired iyv’s latest album “I’ve killed someone” is a record that really lacks no-thing: educated, solid, committed and sound, it has also been played with a degree of passion felt since the beginning notes of “The Night I have to see” till the very final second of “Life deceiver”, for an overall fifty-minute length of which not even one sounds dull. Or unnecessary either.”
“I Killed Someoneis an experimental record: sounding past and feeling new, it has been performed on traditional instruments digitally amplified and filtered. This is not electronic music – this is rock: 13 songs snapshooting a span of 13 years lifetime.” Special thanks go to the guest musicians who collaborated (Matteo Medea, Mattia Gosetti, Andrea Rottin, Tommaso Mantelli) and to all the people who contributed to the making of this record.