(Warp) is LUNA IN CAELO's
fourth album. It's name came from the story telling structures
of singer Alejandra Araya's lyrics, where different lines
mix up in a mesh, all around the idea of the woman. Some
of the fifteen titles are Furia (fury) that's about the
violence of seeing the female body as an object, Remedios
is about spanish painter Remedios Varo, Martirio (martymdom)
is about family violence, Sopor (stupor) is based in
Alice in Wonderland's oniric atmosphere, Capullo (cocoon)
maternity, Al Monte (into the mountain) is a true kidnapping
in XVIII century Chile, a girl who runs with a singing
indian. Oruga (caterpillar) is based in Kafka's Metamorphosys
but in a changing woman body context, Suavecito (softly)
is about the our parents marriages made without love,
Reflexo (reflex) is about a woman who sees death in the
mirror, El olvido (the oblivion) is a tragic love story.
Urdimbre's direct lyrics are coupled with very clear and
intimate music, a new sound to Luna In Caelo, different
from the ethereal and ritual atmospheres created in previous
discs, but keeping the intensity of guitar based music.
Luna In Caelo started in 1993 in Santiago, Chile and is
one of the main bands in Latin America dark scene, and
their CD's have been released in countries as Mexico,
Italy and Spain.
The current line up is Alejandra Araya
(voices), Daniel Dávila (guitars), Enrique Stindt
(drums), Diego García de
la Huerta (bass).