"Bezdna" is transliteration of russian word that means hellhole. This album is like the look into future, which override curiosity by fear and constraint. The eerie atmosphere is getting even more dark because of guideline loss. No more chances left that it will ever be found again. The music is like to feel one's way, it gives you the clear statement of imminent disaster which can occur at any moment. On the more personal level, it can symbolize disappointment. But we can't witness disaster - stepping over the crucial moment, we just fall into prostration, where dreams become memories. The final part of album contains very depressive but solid and dense images, which forms the final impression of this album. It comprises yearning, insularity, deep mental drama, something usually hidden from public while going down with the weight sitting heavy on the heart. The reflexive aspiration for loneliness, raptured in despair, bring you to the somehow loss of gravity."
Dmitriy Vasiliev, Monochrome Vision, 2005
released April 24, 2015
Composed, recorded and mixed by Evgeny Voronovsky in 2003-2005 using soviet synths: ANS (8), Polyvox (1, 3, 5, 7, 8), RMIF-TI3 (3), Faemi Mini (4), Yunost-21 (1, 5, 6, 7), Formanta UDS (3, 5), Venetz AP-01 processor, Tom 1501 (8), LM 1229 delay.
Other instruments: violin (3, 6), accordion (6), SP-303 (1), SP-808 (1-8), piano (2), voice, samples and tapes.