Eternal Zio first full album follows the self released cdr Vibbria from 2011. While their first release was made of long drones, the new one sees shorter tracks. Eternal Zio spent almost the entire hot summer of 2012 playing togheter in their basement at Ca Blasè (their house, practise space and place of occasional house shows for other bands) recording long jams and cutting six tracks for the new album. The six untitled pieces vary from meditative strumming&humming to explosions of crazyness. Eternal Zio brings music back to its roots, a tribute to the gods, we don’t know which ones.
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One of the most thought-provoking political albums I've heard - the power mechanisms being critiqued are always just out of view, implied through seemingly overheard conversations and oppressive, claustrophobic electronics. A direct line could be drawn from punk to this via Swans' Soundtracks For The Blind, except here the anger of punk is completely dissolved into apathy and powerlessness. This is the perfect soundtrack to the modern political landscape. Elliot Finch