Grimény carry away mountains and let rivers dry up. Dissonant rhythms are wrung out and fragments of the cosmos, diffuse emotions and anachronisms are wedged into a new faith – the great disappointment. The triumvirate from Dresden and Essen is overexploiting itself. Their first album was named after their new confession. Their second album – Die Große Aufgabe – creates a new unpleasantly rough to romantically kitschy sound monolith. Dear Schachtkinder, today we play and offer an instrumental barrage of dark, atmospheric space mathrocks, a constant feeling of tension and a sea of occultism that invites to common task.
A musical evening full of contradictions and strife awaits you, dear guest. Or may we already say friend?