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Daitro - "Laisser Vivre Les Squelettes" (LP)

Daitro - "Laisser Vivre Les Squelettes" (LP)

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Daitro's first album, released in 2005, will be pressed again in 2023. It is a work that will never fade away, and there is eternity here.

Human connections can sometimes create wonders. It's a form of activity that consumes a lot of time and energy, not unlike the speed of the times of solo artists, but the shavings created by friction between people is the essence of a band.
Daitro's first album is not a hasty work, produced on the spur of the moment. The band produced its first demo in 2002, followed by the EP "Des Cendres, Je Me Consume" in 2003, and a split with Raein (released in Japan on Oto Records as a 3-way split with Lhasa) in 2004. The album is the culmination of the band's work as a whole, which has already been completed. The warmth and depth of the sound, recorded at Ultramarinos Costa Brava, is a departure from the sharp, rough tone of the earlier albums, and shows the maturity of the band, while at the same time establishing Screamo's style as not only impulsive, but also European in its intensity. Because it was a work that faced the question of identity, what we are, while being ignored in the corners of the music scene, it transcended barriers that could not be crossed by ideology, and resonated with listeners around the world and in Japan as a sense of urgency. This resonance is the same quality that I feel for killie, Funeral Diner, Raein, and each of them.

1. Laissez Vivre Les Squelettes 04:38
2. Chaque Seconde 02:10
3. Les Orbites En Eveil 03:42
4. Nous Sommes D'Ici 09:09
5. Comme Du Papier 05:34
6. Pourquoi Les Inconnus Restent-Ils Inconnus ? 03:33
7. Trois Murs Pour La Salle De Torture 06:13
8. Se Noyer, S'Oublier, Regarder Partir 10:15

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