LABIRINTO :: Instrumental, experimental, post rock
Formed in mid-2003, by friends who sought to materialize their various musical and personal influences through instrumental composition, Labirinto seeks to create textures and environments full of imagery, as in a movie soundtrack, in which the scenes are on account of the listener’s imagination.
The dedication and the diligence of Labirinto’s first album drew attention of the specialized media, that acclaimed Anatema as one of the best 2010 releases and as a fundamental piece of the current effervescent post-rock worldwide scene. The album counted with Bob Weston (Shellac, Mission of Burma) and Greg Norman (partner of Steve Albini at the Electrical Audio Studio) as part of the technical team.
The good reception to the complex and sophisticated sonority of Labirinto's music earned the band its first tour outside the country, in June 2011, across cities in the United States and Canada, including the North by Northeast festival (NXNE). After that Labirinto toured for the second time around the US and Canada invited by the Canadian Music Festival and Heart of Texas Rockfest, in early 2012. For 2013, the band prepares more good news: tours, new releases and much more.
Labirinto’s music is full of imagery, a multiple and sensorial experiment that gains colors insofar as the evolution of the instruments suggests unexpected trips. Be welcome to the Labirynth!