Now begins the second part of our trio of walking reviews! I will say that the world and atmosphere that Mauro Sambo has created with cani sciolti was a doozy for our dear Caffeinate. Don’t worry, I will tell you all about it.
It all started when 01/09/2013 started playing. Such rich, deep and absolutely mortifying sounds came through the speakers in my headphones. My pulse began to elevate, and my breathing was getting shallower. I was glancing more and more over my shoulder suspicious that something was about to get me. Every strange shadow cast was suspect, all the dark corners and ethereal lights were invitations to horrors unknown. Still I continued.
When was it going to end? How much torture can a soul endure whilst walking in the night, listening to such wretchedly beautiful sounds and music? I was finding out. The noises and the moods, they kepy on coming. My being was not given a break.
Then, I turned the corner. I saw a very cluttered shopping cart and I saw some movement. It must be a homeless person. I walked past. I heard some loud noise coming from my surroundings. I wrenched off my headphones, my whole body shaking. Turns out the homeless person had a dog and it was barking. A relief, but I was frozen to the core in fear.
I couldn’t even finish the rest of this release. I fast forwarded the tracks and got a gist of what they were about. More haunting music, that was wonderfully crafted but my heart couldn’t take it. Still though, it had been a while I had experienced such fear. I am grateful because it’s been a while I have been truly frightened, and seeing as I relish that feeling, it was quite a treat.
This is an absolutely wonderful creation by Mauro Sambo, and I look forward to listening to their future music. A must have! In addition, if someone doesn’t make a rather twisted horror flick made around this, I will be quite surprised. It’s seriously some high caliber music!