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OvO Streaming New Song "Fly Little Demon"

Genre smashing avant experimentalists, OvO, is out now with the mammoth "Abisso" full-length. Issued via Supernatural Cat, "Abisso" finds the curious noise duo of Stefania Pedretti and Bruno Dorella taking unorthodox compositions to entirely new dark, rhythmic, and often suffocating realms.

Today, Pitchfork is offering up a a stream of "Fly Little Demon" featuring Carla Bozulich's Evangelista. Check out the eight minute track at this location. The following press release was also issued about the band:

"Where Cor Cordium and previous offering, CroceVia, were veritable points-of-no-return for their minimal rock structures with Dorella's half drum set and Pedretti's guitar and penetrating vocal gymnastics swirling into a detached otherworldly kingdom of curiosity, Abisso travels far beyond those confines, using contemporary music tools to maintain their unparalleled creativity and eternal evolution. Samples, drum machines, pads, field recordings and synths converge into a harrowingly alluring sound that haunts the ears with ancestral urgency.

"With the help of Giulio 'Ragno' Favero at the mixing desk, Giovanni Versari's mastering, and the friendly collaboration of Gnaw's Alan Dubin (OLD and Khanate) and Carla Bozulich with her full band, Evangelista, OvO have traversed into new territories of extreme and adventurous listeners are taking notice."

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