|RECORD LABEL: Independiente
FORMAT: MP3 320 kbs
REVIEW: Walk the Rail was born in 2013, when Ricardo Sande (vocals, guitars) joined the long musical partnership of Juan Quiroga (lead guitar), Eduardo Munizaga (bass) and Diego Quiroga (drums, keyboards, percussion). Tomás Croxatto would join later as the new drummer, leaving Diego in charge of keyboards. Years later the band released their first song, Fatum, which they used to promote a successful fundraising campaign. This allowed the band to master their debut album with grammy winner Robert Hadley (Pink Floyd, Nine Inch Nails, Korn, Ray Charles, Buckethead). Embroidery is born from an analogy of our daily life, by representing all the events that occur to us (problems, difficult situations, coincidences, etc.) as chaotic and random, without apparent correlation, much like the reverse of an embroidery, with its knots and scattered threads without any logic. However, if we turn the embroidery upside down, that is, if we change our way of looking at this chaotic panorama, we can see the beauty and magic that was behind all this chaos, and how our lives, if we look at them from the right angle, have another level of meaning. In this way, the songs of the album seek to capture this concept in various mundane situations that can occur in different stages of life.