KANE, NERO - Love In A Dying World (black) LP

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Ltd. edition 300 pcs. private press.

Nero Kane is the nickname of Marco Mezzadri, a songwriter and musician already known in the Italian underground scene. After the release of his rock-wave album 'Lust Soul' under the name NERO in 2016, he is focusing on a new intimate, minimal and decadent path. Folk-rock-blues voice and guitar combine European roots with American desert sounds in a project full of dark and emotional visions.

'Love In A Dying World' is the name of Nero Kane's debut album, recorded and produced at Valley Recording Company in Los Angeles by Joe Cardamone (The Icarus Line/ Holy War). The album, released under American Primitive, an art collective founded by Cardamone, features ten tracks. A soul moved by melancholy dreams and need of deep emotions in a solitary world: love, death, decadence and loneliness are the themes expressed in 'Love In A Dying World' with a poetic and spiritual vein. Two songs of the album ('Now The Day Is Over' and 'Because I Knew Not When My Life Was Good'), were inspired by a hymnbook from the American Presbyterian Church bought from an old antique dealer near Joshua Tree during Nero Kane's journey through California.