"Journey Out Of Time" is the Eternal Wanderers' unreleased experimental album. The tracks for this album were recorded in 2004, revised in 2008, and mastered in 2009. The album differs dramatically from all other EW's discography and can be attributed to the genre of electronic / electroacoustic music.
All the tracks are united with the idea of a Spirit wandering in the interstellar space for uncounted years, through parallel worlds, past and future. In this journey the listener together with the Spirit ponders over the laws of space, witnesses different scenes of the lost worlds.
The concept of the album is the unison in diversity, the idea that life, in all its manifestations be it joy or grief, happiness or anxiety is but a fleeting glimpse in immense depths of space and time, which have the laws of their own. The theme of these laws, of unknown parts of the Universe opens the album in the composition "Intersection Of Parallels".
Glimpses of life the Spirit encounters in its journey can be found in "The Great Burning And The Grinding Ice" and "Crying Into Hollow Spaces". The former is about great hardships and sufferings of passing the strait covered with ice (the theme was inspired with an episode from The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien). The latter is about the catastrophe of the land having sunk into the sea with everything that was so dear.
But it all comes and goes in space, dispersing in Eternity. The fourth track "Lamentation Among The Stars" symbolizes the space between worlds, the inconceivable depths of the cosmos, where the wandering Spirit hears a voice, perhaps simply sounding inside, a lamentation for all that was fair, and that is lost.
And in the end, all troubles, joy and sorrow give place to peace and calm of Eternity. The Spirit goes on an on, for years uncounted… This is the idea of the last composition "Journey Out Of Time". It symbolizes the eternal journey itself, and in the end just Space remains, and the listener hears the echoes of the scenes that the Spirit has seen. But they disappear, and peace of the Universe restores.
released January 15, 2017
Music & lyrics by Elena Kanevskaya and Tatyana Kanevskaya
Mixed and produced by Elena Kanevskaya and Tatyana Kanevskaya
Elena Kanevskaya - vocals, voices, keyboards, samplers
Tatyana Kanevskaya - guitar, voice, keyboards, samplers
Mastered at Capitel studio, Moscow by Ilya Dontsov
Cover art & design by Dmitry Filippov
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