If any form of avant garde indie folk revival was previously unheard of, Marcus Testory and Matthias Ambré have saddled onwards with Die Kammer to construct a pathway for the genre for our listening ears.
Die Kammer’s methodology seems to be simple — we release an album, go off the grid for a few years, and come back to shatter expectations with another collection of tracks that provides a fresh perspective to the genre. This time, the Testory-Ambré project has done just that — with the release of their latest track Ago. Despite its indie folk label, Ago manages to usher in an ambience of progressive metal, particularly with their introductory acoustic guitar riff married alongside the melancholic cellos.
Coupled alongside its rather emotive percussive elements, the track evolves into a rather orchestral ambience — a treat for soundstage-seeking geeks like myself — enveloping the listener into the baritonal vocal performances that gives Die Kammer a truly veteran outlook. The group does not shy away from truly introspective and honest songwriting capable of the ability to evoke from the listener their complete empathetic attention. Die Kammer exit the year remaining one of the groups people must look forward to, replete with their unique songwriting and genre preferences, and godlike musical consolidation.
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