PREMIERE: Alfonso Corace New Album “Fo’s Room” – Streaming Now!
Here at The Razor's Edge we are delighted to be able to bring to you the premiere of Alfonso Corace's new album!
Alfonso welcomes you to his album by commenting:
"Welcome to my room, let me show you around. Abandon all preconceptions, and close your eyes. Music is instinct, overrides and goes beyond genres. It can be day and night, sweetness and violence at the same time. Its dynamics are capable of triggering a reaction within us. This record has no barriers and doesn’t care about genres. Take a seat, I'll take care of the rest. Hope you enjoy the experience”.
Prior to its worldwide release tomorrow, you can listen to the album right here and now!
"Fo's Room", the brooding debut album by Rome-based multi-instrumentalist Alfonso Corace (AIRLINES OF TERROR, ex LUNARSEA, VIDHARR) is set to be released on September 18th, 2020.
The project was conceived as a vehicle for realizing ideas that exist in a separate space from his other/previous bands. Recorded in Rome, "Fo's Room" is a look at searching for strength and inspiration in an enervating world.
The music isn’t wedded to genre and explores atmospheric metal, rock and electronic music flavours which owe as much to Paradise Lost and Ghost as to Air and Daft Punk. The arrangements are direct but take time to weave in progressive elements and dynamic atmosphere.
Some songs see the multi-instrumentalist collaborate with longtime friends Giuseppe Orlando (Inno, The Foreshadowing, Airlines of Terror, ex Novembre) and Elisabetta Marchetti (Inno) introducing surprising new elements into the music without sacrificing its intense intimacy.
02. The End
06. Turning Clear
10. People in Disguise
Recorded, mixed & mastered at Fo’s Room by Alfonso Corace.
Drums recorded at Outer Sound Studios.
Music and Lyrics by Alfonso Corace.
Alfonso Corace – Drums and percussion, bass, guitars, keys, vocals and vocoders
Giuseppe Orlando – Copilot and low vocals on "The End" and "Control"
Elisabetta Marchetti – Vocals on "Healing"
Maria Luisa Peliti – Flute on "Spring"