Klimt 1918 - Dopoguerra
Gothrock Klimit 1918 is an Italian group that consists of the singer and guitar player Marco Soellner, Alessandro Pace on guitar, David Pesola on bass and Paolo Soellner on drums. I cannot tell much about the band since it was hard to find information about them. But maybe the music tells more about the band anyway.

'Dopoguerra' is a record that's all about the poor people in Italy after the second world war that if forced to face the future. The band says that they are inspired by De Sica, Rosselini and Visconti, great men in the cinematic branch. The purpose with the music is to create a feeling of salvation but at the same time deepest despair.

Musically this is a well composed piece of music. Its radio rock, but I wouldn't describe it as some kind of underground music. Especially not since it in the promo info says that the music reminds of bands like the Cure, Beatles, U2 and Tears For Fears. This is good so I wouldn't be surprised if they started to play on radio.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
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Klimt 1918 - Dopoguerra

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Released 2005 by Prophecy Productions
Klimit 1918 is an Italian group that consists of the singer and guitar player Marco Soellner, Alessandro Pace on guitar, David Pesola on bass and Paolo Soellner on drums. I cannot tell much about the band since it was hard to find information about them. But maybe the music tells more about the band anyway.

'Dopoguerra' is a record that's all about the poor people in Italy after the second world war that if forced to face the future. The band says that they are inspired by De Sica, Rosselini and Visconti, great men in the cinematic branch. The purpose with the music is to create a feeling of salvation but at the same time deepest despair.

Musically this is a well composed piece of music. Its radio rock, but I wouldn't describe it as some kind of underground music. Especially not since it in the promo info says that the music reminds of bands like the Cure, Beatles, U2 and Tears For Fears. This is good so I wouldn't be surprised if they started to play on radio.

This review was written 2005 and initially published on Neurozine.com
Jan 01 2005

John Wikström

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