"And on the Eighth Day civilization appeared"; this is the idea that lurks behind the band's authentic and original name. The music of 'El Octavo Dia' makes its way through noisy life as a means to captivate the sentimental gut of the individual.
Sheer originality and and impeccable taste invade the space when, for example, a song like "Nomada," with its seemingly classical 'Grunge' vibe, is able to irradiate a sense of novelty. Poetry leaves behind the hackneyed conventions of past generations and sends to oblivion the bands that we listen to today. Daniel Gonzalez's voice wallows our least and most wanted memories, making the experience ours and solely ours. At times it may be heartrending as in "Montura Revolver" or sublime as in "Nocion."
The interesting aspect of this group is the idea behind all its musical scenario. This is where their thoughts converge, concur, and differ; where slowly but surely their style is evolving in order to conquer our surroundings with the rebellious sound that will distort any ideal. A rebellion that conveys sensual notes that take by the hand life itself, immersed in an emotional and renewing context.
What awaits to be seen is only the beginning; a dawn that promises great light, and for those who listen carefully... nothing will remain the same.