MORKOBOT

Since the dawn of the First galaxies the voice of Morkobot resounded solemn over the saturated atmospheres of the planets in evolution.
Dominator of the magnetic strengths and ancestral regulator of the conscience flows, Morkobot has returned to the Earth through his three messengers Lin, Lan, Len brutally subdued to his will.

Morkobot is a totally suggestive instrumental sonic monster.
A magmatic and liquid atmosphere lead the listener to a psychedelic and caotic world in which vibrations become dense like glue, light and darkness are continuosly turning in a nonstop changing lysergic noise: moments of raw power suddenly replace those with softer, deliberate arrangements, and viceversa.
Musically, this italian trio is the perfect middle point between robotic mechanisms (the term ‘robot rock’ comes to mind) and organic humanity.

Mostro, the second work of Morkobot out in 2006, bring the listener to a sensorial experience in which different musical genres become so extreme you cannot find a definition able to describe the music.
From John Zorn to Black Sabbath, from Pink Floyd to Godflesh, Don Caballero meet Lightning Bolt in a alien delirium... this is Morkobot, a band out of every scheme.

With Morto the final chapter of Morkobot's first trilogy, the trio (Lin, Lan, Len) has realized a single long track, creating with two basses and drums, an incredible maze of sounds. Morkobot leads the listener into the ocean of “Death concept” and its value as “Reborn”.
This is Morto, all the rest is dead.

2011 marked the return of MoRkObOt, bringing forth their heaviest, most focused and most adventurous music ever. Enter, Morbo…
After the previous one track album Morto, Morbo (latin for disease) consists of seven cacophonous songs in which the psychedelic attitude of the first Trilogy (Morkobot - Mostro - Morto albums) is dried to expose the bones and nerves of a more intricate, but at the same time more straightforward and focused music, skilfully assembled by the two bass guitars and drum-kit.
The result is a raw yet complex low-end sound, interesting to hear as the spectrum of it becomes pure and essential so that Morbo will modify quickly the way You're used to hear musicKnown for carving a sonic language of their own, MoRkObOt's fourth album takes their sound to new depths and offers a different way of approaching heavy music.

GoRgO, MoRkObOt's fifth full-length, was recorded from November 2015 to January 2016 by Giulio Ragno Favero (Zu, Teatro Degli Orrori, OvO, One Dimensional Man) at Lignum Studio in Padova, Italy. It ushers in a new era in writing for the band; one that revolves around constructing more ambitious structures driven by simpler forms and tighter structures. GoRgO took only three days to record, and was cut live in a minimal amount of takes, testament to the trio's impressive musical coherence and unity, and the mixing process took another eight days, with no further editing being required.

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