Romantik-Wave of the 1990s at it’s best! The quest for “Avalon” with an almost movie-like music
In terms of content, “Black Days in Heaven” is about the escape of the individual from the “dreary” everyday world into a consciously transfigured over-reality and virtually created dream world (“Avalon”).
This is done with the help of an almost cinematic music. Reality is coloured with the dark colours of the listener’s imagination and imagination. What may sound dark and threatening here can be a challenge of the state of the soul for some, a confirmation of their dreams for others.
The mini-CD features the hymnic song “Evelyn” (listening tip!), the powerful “Heaven”, but again also one of those introverted darkwave jewels, that made “Soul In Isolation” famous, “Is black dark enough”.