The Catalans return with the second chapter of the trilogy initiated with “Les Irreals Visions” in 2017, yet strongly connected to the fin de siècle cultural movement of Modernisme - a parallel development to Art Nouveau and Jugendstil among others.
Visual things must acquire a new secret appearance, and with ‘Els Sepulcres Blancs’ FOSCOR treats poetically how facing a change of a sick world and society through the land of dreams.
2019 promises to be as tragic as their music claims with this so sensitive release, its characteristic melancholic sonic aura and catchy riffing intensity. Their most personal and delicate sound achievement to date out on Season Of Mist September 6th 2019.
'Les Irreals Versions', the title aptly translating to 'The Unreal Versions', can be seen as a continuation of the album 'Les Irreals Visions', released a little more than a year ago. Six tracks, taken from previous albums, have been re-arranged and recorded from zero. FOSCOR introduces different instruments to the compositions, creating a more intimate feel and ambient approach, ultimately taking the music to new boundaries.
FOSCOR have promised "something magical" for the fifth full-length. The Catalans have kept word and carved a multi-facetted jewel out of deep longing, their country's characteristic melancholy, and dark foreboding heaviness, which they descriptively named 'Les Irreals Visions'. This album invites the listener onto a cinematic journey through dream landscapes created by carefully arranged sonic delights and unexpected aural twists.