Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Proyecto Éskhata "El despertar de Queztgull"

Country: Spain
Sub GenreProgressive Metal,  Rap
Release dateJuly 10, 2013
-1st Act: Cosmogénesis
1. Origen / Gestación
2. Evolución estelar

-2nd Act: Evolución biológica
3. Biogénesis
4. La Era Metálica
5. El despertar de Queztgull

-3rd Act: Conciencia estelar
6. The War of Knowledge
7. La Era Mecánica
8. El Dios errante

-4th Act: Caos
9. Deicidio (Parts I-III)
10. Cosmocidio

-Epilogue: Más allá del infinito
11. Éskhata (Parts I-II)

Samuel Barranco - Vocals, guitar, bass
Victor Cara - Drums
Rubén Gutiérrez - Guitar
Ryan Yunk  - Vocals
Hitomi Flohr  - Vocals
Taga Fall  - Vocals
Sorfina Shamsudin  - Vocals
Céline Rosseel  - Vocals
Kathrin Schlumpf  - Vocals
Joaquín Gris  - Vocals
Laura Mateo  - Vocals

Based on a homonymous short story by Spanish novel writer Abel de Tena, El despertar de Queztgull (The Awakening of Queztgull) is the second studio album of young composer Samuel Barranco’s sci-fi-based musical work Proyecto Éskhata (Éskhata Project).
This conceptual album tells the story of an organic planet, Queztgull, from its creation until its destruction. All songs’ lyrics within this album narrate the evolution of the different species that inhabit the planet, how they adapt to the environmental conditions and how they deal with multitude of adversities. This way, the album is divided into 4 acts —representing the different cycles of the celestial body— and a final epilogue.
Musically talking, progressive metal and rap are the main elements although the album is riddled with hints of electronic, flamenco, ethnic music, etc. Nine singers from all over the world (Spain, United States, Malaysia, Switzerland, Belgium, Argentina and Senegal) take part in this project, each one representing a different character inside the story (a native race, a human, the planet Queztgull itself…)
All these features make this a work full of symbolism and parallelisms between said planet and the Earth that can only be understood by complementing the listening of the album with the reading of the short story.

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