|[pc0311-02] Kalte - Fissures
|At over six thousand metres below sea level, the Hadopelagic Zone is the deepest layer of the ocean, an area where water pressure is over a hundred times stronger than on the surface and where light cannot penetrate. For their latest album "Fissures", Kalte explore the darkness that permeates this inhospitable space, music inspired by massive pressures and arctic depths, heavy sounds from unknown sources, ominous and dark tones never heard outside of this watery abyss. There is the familiar impression of wide space, isolation and a pale glow of blue that has dominated much of the Canadian duo's work. By use of a multilayer technique, organic sounds are gathered like matching puzzle pieces to a new virtual scenery that changes its characteristics with each additional dimension.