Solaris are a noise rock band from Cesena, formed by Alberto Casadei, Paride Placuzzi, Lorenzo Bartoli and Alan Casali. Their new EP "Abbiamo una legge e per questa legge deve morire", featuring Bruno Dorella, Xabier Iriondo and other guests, will be released on March 24th, 2023 by Bronson Recordings.

Abbiamo una legge e per questa legge deve morire is the new EP from Solaris, with Bruno Dorella (OvO), Xabier Iriondo (Afterhours, Buñuel) and other guests, to be released on March 24th, 2023 by Bronson Recordings

Solaris are back in orbit with their new EP Abbiamo una legge e per questa legge deve morire, out today March 24th, 2023 on all digital platforms via Bronson Recordings, in an ideal line of succession with the previous EP Io non trovo in lui nessuna colpa, in a kind of “cycle of collaborations” born as a reaction to the pandemic and carried forward to the present day.

The young Italian band, formed by Alberto Casadei (voice and guitar), Paride Placuzzi (guitar), Lorenzo Bartoli(bass) and Alan Casali (drums), is supported for this new EP Abbiamo una legge e per questa legge deve morire by Bruno Dorella (OvO, Ronin, Bachi da Pietra), Xabier Iriondo (Afterhours, Buñuel), Christian Biscaro “Der Pastina” (Marnero, Hyperwülff) and Michele Alessandri (SANDRI). These important appearances from the alternative Italian scene contributed to enlarge the sound spectrum of the two songs on the tracklist, just like in the previous EP Io non trovo in lui nessuna colpa we could find Nicola Manzan and Ottone Pesante as precious guests. “The input that led us to experiment with news methods of composition and execution was certainly the pandemic. In particular, the tracks are born from the frustration of not being able to play live. The positive aspect of this situation was collaborating with other artists, from a distance, to create new material“.

The continuity between the two EPs is underlined by the choice of the titles. “The connection to the Bible refers to what we experienced between the release of our debut album and these EPs. The feeling that has recently come out has been sloth because some people, instead of taking a stand, have washed their hands of the categories most affected by the consequences of the pandemic“.  Both EPs were realized with the help of Andrea Cola (Sunday Morning), who recorded and mixed the EP at the StoneBridge Studio in Cesena, then mastered by Giovanni Versari at La Maestà.

The first direct and no-frills single Preda hosts Bruno Dorella on claustrophobic synthesizers, Xabier Iriondo on electric guitar and Christian Biscaro on backing vocals. Dorella and Biscaro are also present on the second track Germanio, which thanks to the double bass interventions of Michele Alessandri (SANDRI) closes the project with a reverberated coda, to represent a distant hope of restarting.

Solaris base their aggressive style on heavy noise coordinates and references to the 90s, placing themselves between post-metal, post-stoner and post-grunge, with a sound that has become more and more epic and of great impact. The lyrics express all the discomfort of the “lost generation” of almost thirty-year-olds, in an imaginary, angry dialogue with the divinity. The artwork was created by Placuzzi himself, with the aim of representing with the cover painting the atmosphere of the record and the instinct of the unconscious state of mind due to the moment of lockdown.

Founded in 2015, Solaris take their name from the science fiction novel by Polish writer Stanislaw Lem, honored also by Failure, one of the main sources of inspiration for arrangements and imagery, together with Unwound, June of 44 and Karate, among others. Abbiamo una legge e per questa legge deve morire follows the previous EP Io non trovo in lui nessuna colpa of 2021 and the first LP Un Paese di musichette mentre fuori c’è la morte of 2020, produced by the legendary Martin Bisi. In addition to many gigs, also supporting similar bands such as Fuzz Orchestra and Ufomammut.

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