*In process of stocking. Limited edition of 100 copies.* There is no body without flesh, no physical presence without its most obvious substance. In a continuous process of revealing what that substance is regarding to its own sound practice, Fera has produced this Corpo Senza Carne as a transient audio document about researching new and perhaps more intimate possibilities for a bare, naked, brutally honest and direct sonic expression. After Stupidamutaforma’s recollection of ten years of research on melody and texture and after the desperate standstill of Catastrofe Ultravioletta’s broken industrial loops, Corpo Senza Carne strips Fera away of synthesizers and recognizable melody in a haze of echoes, broken pedals, distortions and sampling, sculpting a clearer, deeper path into sonic hypnosis and seduction. It is an invitation to lay bare, to listen closer and more carefully to impulses and voices outside of the human, to acceptance.
"Fera's tarnished materials are destined for ruin; "Stupida," full of longing and regret, sounds like an elegy for a fallen world." - Pitchfork
"A cut of dark magic that fits like a glove to overcast days, wild winds and lashing rains. Insistent, the treacle-thick bassline oozes out, soaking the space between the melancholic synth lines." - Inverted Audio
"The songs on Stupidamutaforma feel hypnotizing...it establishes De Franco as a composer who uses space and time to create a set of rich, immersive works." - Bandcamp 'Album Of The Day'