Review of Mannequins on heathen harvest


“A tale told as through a mid-autumn dream, Oniric‘s Mannequins, released on the Spanish Caustic Records, is a representation of one such sleepy reverie once conjured by one of the album’s creators. For good reason, the worlds and stories that are made during the hours of our sleeping unconsciousness are often a source of inspiration. Taking a dream—an otherwise intangible, untouchable vision—and using it as a source of art of some form makes that dream as real as a dream can be. As with all things, however, there are two sides to a coin; for every dream a nightmare, for every comfort a discomfort, and a vast spectrum bridging the gap in between.”

Review of ‘Mannequins’ on Heathen Harvest Periodical
thanks to Anne K. O’Neill

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