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Soundivers is a Russian alternative rock band. They are one of the first bands playing compulsive rock that rooted from progressive rock, postrock, prog metal and indie rock styles. The band’s history started in Moscow on July 27th, 2008.
Vocal - Michail Dombrovskiy
Piano, Keyboards, Backvocal - Oleg Pesochinskiy
Guitar - Kirill Filimonov
Acoustic, Effect Guitars - Kirill Lapardin
Bass Guitar, Backvocal - Anton Tsypin
Drums, Percussion - Ilya Artiomin
Soundivers means diving in music. It is devotion.
You turn the volume up and you’re taken over by the compulsive rock music penetrating into depths of subconsciousness. Each of the instruments lives its own life but all together they give birth to a completed exquisite song giving aesthetic satisfaction and at the same time evoking the state of having compulsive ideas by overlapping with your internal conflict, interminable controversy between sense and sensibility, interlacing with the perpetual problem of overchoice of decisions. Thundery guitar vs. delicate keyboards, brutal bass vs. tender vocal, melodic but savage drums, this external conflict of the instruments symbolizes an internal dialogue of two sides of human soul, interminable conflict between reason and emotions.
After two months of being a band they’d started to gig in Moscow and St. Petersburg, along with that recording their first demos.
In the middle of 2009 they released a first debut album named Still Wonder. The following songs were included in the album: Egoism, No Name, Still Wonder, Time and My Love. The official release of Still Wonder is scheduled for Oct 2nd of this year.
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