Aoeria | Waterwheel

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by Aoeria

CD & DVD -bonus song "Untitled (Disenchanted)", photo-videos, rehearsals & outakes- Unwinding & enfolding diverse rock music with delirious textures & twisting melodies over shades of progressive, psychedelic, alternative, & acoustic
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Apocrypha
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2. Imminent
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3. Wonder
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4:42 FREE
4. Masque
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5. Spinner
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6. Mirror Dream
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7. Lucidity
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8. April Rain
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9. Harpoon
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10. Devastation
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Album Notes
Waterwheel is the first Aoeria album, released in 2008 by experimental alternative rock band from NY with signing & guitars by Frank Giliberti and drums by Adam Santorini and Matt Levine during this period. The songs began with improvisations and were developed by Frank who writes lyrics based on the idea of channeling negative energy into positiver. From dark riffs to glowing melodies sparkling acoustics and deep bass tremors, Waterwheel mixes a variety of styles and sounds including but not limited heavy rock alternative acoustic progressive and psychedelic music using interesting rhythms melodies & textures for songs that experiment in sound and song ideas. The songs resonate with intensity in their exploration of metaphysical and existential questions. Beyond the music the band augments their presence with self-made photographs of items and scenes which captured curiosity and carried the feeling of the music. The DVD version of Waterwheel expands the possibilities of the album beyond CD or LP by presenting high-definition sound with enchanting visual representations.

The DVD version enhances and completes Waterwheel with images that expand and unfold as the songs draw you in. It also includes extra improvizational live songs and mystery songs. It also features hi-resolution 24bit 48khz sound direct from the master tapes.

Album includes booklet of featured creatures and interesting items found during the making of the album
Frank- Voice, guitar
Adam- Drums, Percussion
Matt- Drums on April Rain and Harpoon

Thanks for listening and enjoy!
~Super Perfundo On the Early Eve of Your Day~


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Great Alternative Music
Aoeria and their album "Waterwheel" spin a collection of heavy, gritty, yet straightforward collection of Alternative Rock songs. The opener, "Apocrypha" begins with an exotic explosion of drums and guitars before mellowing down to follow a steady bass line with strong and solid vocals. "Wonder" is more of a relaxed song, at least at first, as it focuses on guitar riffs and reflective vocals before sonic excitement takes over. In "Imminent" we find enlivened drums and guitars keeping up a quick pace in a real rocker of a song. This album is one that harks back to the days when Alternative music was filled with fervent guitars and powerful drumming, while still having its own completely unique feel to it. Fans of Smashing Pumpkins material and similar music should check out Aoeria's "Waterwheel."