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カレリア - 大阪 - ニューヨーク

夢遊病者 (aka Sleepwalker) is an abstract, , and band in existence since 2015. The band isn't really "based" out of anywhere, assuming immaterial form, and existing as ideas, concepts, and visions that cyclically coalesce into sound. With its members based as far apart as Osaka - Japan, Tver - Russia, and New York - USA, the band was formed after they became acquainted online, and everything is written sharing ideas and recordings over the internet and finally, when the moment seems right, the three members convene somewhere in person to record. The essence of the band, is to take cues from the improvisational school of and the cathartic nature of music and couple it with the raw energy of bands like Voivod, Zeni Geva, G.I.S.M., and the most wretched raw . Thematically and conceptually the band's lyrics and much of the visuals focus on different cultural traditions, superstitions, ritualism, and ceremonies, as well as familial experiences. But at the same time, 夢遊病者 goes far beyond what is apparent and obvious… Artistic, cultural and musical influences of the band range as far and wide as Keiji Haino, Kazuki Tomokawa, as well as Vladimir Vysotsky, Justin Broderick, Erik Rutan, American like Unsane, bands like NoMeansNo, Finnish Black Metal, and 70's psych / prog rock and soundtrack music… And beyond all that still. In the world of 夢遊病者 the sole objective is catharsis, and fusing all of these seeming disparities together into something that is completely unheard of, unsettling and violent, but also familiar and seducing.

https://vnkv.bandcamp.com/

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