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The Frozen Autumn

Time Is Just A Memory

The Frozen Autumn is an Italian darkwave band formed in May 1993 in Turin Italy Originally the solo project of singer keyboardist and synth programmer Diego Merletto guitarist Claudio Brosio joined on during early studio sessions and live performances Together they recorded and released two albums 'Pale Awakening' in 1995 and 'Fragments of Memories' in 1997 In 1998 Claudio left the band and Diego recruited Arianna aka Froxeanne who sings programs and composes After 18 months of work The Frozen Autumn's third album 'Emotional Screening Device' was released in April 2002 'Time Is Just A Memory' is a 6track overview of songs from The Frozen Autumn's first three albums Characterized by a blend of melancholic vocals atmospheric gothicwave and 1980sstyle electropop the duo call their style 'frozen wave' The Frozen Autumn have stated that labelmates Clan of Xymox have been their main source of inspiration over the years Other influences include Dead Can Dance Cocteau Twins The Sisters of Mercy Xmal Deutschland David Sylvian and Depeche Mode These six tracks stand out for their rich melodies from theA  guitarladen early tracks 'Dusk Is Like A Dagger' 'Wait For Nothing' 'There's No Time To Recall' and 'This Time' to theA  electronic sheen on later songs 'Is Everything Real' and 'Silence Is Talking' All songs have been remastered for vinyl by George Horn at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley The release is housed in a custommade jacket by Peer Lebrecht from German electrosynthpop band The Dust Of Basement incorporating a photograph by Diego over a textured background that recalls early 4AD designs Each copy comes with a double sided 11x11 insert with lyrics and notes

  • 1. Is Everything Real?
    2. There's No Time to Recall
    3. Dusk Is Like a Dagger
    4. Wait for Nothing
    5. Silence Is Talking
    6. This Time