Friday, 22 March 2019
One of the better bands of its kind. Fragarak has made some drastic changes to 'A Spectral Oblivion' compared to their predecessor and the band did really need to do much. Last year's album is still stunning and now its a little more amazing. Their focal idea for the concept of the album was to reveal the darker realms of human thought patterns and create an empathetic outlook on mental illness. I recommend, hear the album devotedly as the men from Fragarak can excite your sense of adventure and tempt you to expand your horizons. Now, they might be feeling quite pleased with how they handled the album and is a motivating factor in choosing what they must do next, rather than performing endless analysis by planning for every possible contingency. Self-reflection is very precious in the realm of grotesque art. A quote, "Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow''.
A tormented mind struggling with loss falls into lunacy,
and is preyed upon by a cascade of adverse introspection.
As multiple personalities creep into his disordered thoughts,
it triggers faint memories of a tune played by his departed acquaintance.
Reflections from bygone years culminate in a realization of the fantastical nature of his obsession.
His mind transcends its present existence and leads him on to one final act of denial.