26 February 2021
Band: THE CHRONICLES OF MANIMAL AND SAMARA
Who: London-based duo comprising Daphne Ang (Singapore) and Andrea Papi (Italy). Drawing inspiration from TOOL and Kraftwerk, as well as the poetry of Sylvia Plath,
Virginia Woolf, and Jim Morrison, TCOMAS fills a gap in music by bringing literature,
art, and history together into a space where rock and metal meet electronic.
Album: FULL SPECTRUM – debut LP
Released: 26 February 2021
Turn Up The Volume: Manimal and Samara are a poetallica sensation. A new laser
light at the end of a mythical tunnel where anything can happen. Imagine Sylvia Plath fronting a theatrical and mind-challenging psychedelic noise band. Their debut album
is a multi-faceted opus in sound and vision. Compelling poetry exploring life, death, birth, past, present, and future embedded in a titanic thunder and lighting symphony going from perplexing metal to chill-out ambient. The final result is at times jaw-dropping, at times weirdly confusing, at times dumbfounding but always flabbergasting and fascinating. When surreality becomes reality you know something is about to happen.
Keep your eyes peeled. Next week Ag and Papi will tell you
the story behind each and every sonic trip on the album.
But here and now comes what Turn Up The Volume
is waiting for a long time: FULL SPECTRUM
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