|Dimensjoner||32 × 32 × 4 cm|
Athana – Invisible Colors
With the album Invisible Colors, Athana takes us on a journey he calls NuProgAdventure. The music is reflecting, and asking questions about some of the values in the world community. Is mankind about to get totally numb? Without the capability to change for a better good, and make the U-turn to safe ourselves. The album is also dwelling with more topics like, respect and love for the elders, whom shoulders we are standing on. And abstract stories for the mind travellers.
Invisible Colors operates in a post-industrial rhythmic scenario, with very different approaches in a complex room with musicians like Stewart Copeland, Gary Husband, Ivar Kolve ,Giovanni Apprendi, Christian Hovda, Astrid Kloster,Tor Yttredal, plus the guys in the band Torgeir Nes og Øyvind Grong. Athana uses following keywords to describe the album: psychedelica, contemporary mix, blend, impro, industrial, architectial preciseness, cinematic journeys, abstract stories, beaming out, challenges, visions and questions, and to be transported.
Alf Terje Hana aka Athana, has been involved in more than seventy albums over the years, and collaborated with the likes of Sidsel Endresen, Eivind Aarset, Andrew D´Angelo, Mungolian Jetset, Sternklang, Lingouf, Überzone, Gary Husband, Stewart Copeland og SSO.