II By Vesa Ajomo
I think the term Black Arts of Psychedelia is more than a good reference to our art. What we aim for music-wise is heavy, intense, meditative, ominous, powerful, crooked. The most important principle for us is that the music we play inspires us. All that we do must create a connection between us so that we can be collectively driven by it. The album artwork must resonate with the music and the lyrics. The geometrical shapes represent the rhythmic patterns along with the numerological side of the lyrics. The illustration comes from the visions behind the lyrical concept and the symbolic references. Our most important tool for creating is jamming and being inspired by others at the moment. We let the intuition guide us. It is important for us that we create this music together and inspire each other.
I think that believing in something is relying on your own intuition what could be the truth or right. For me, this is a process and is always under re-evaluation. I don’t consider my beliefs under any particular system of belief, it feels too restricted for me to be told what to consider as a fundamental truth. What I believe is that there are an endless amount of information, energy, tendencies and truths in this reality that we have never even consider to exist. Our existence is a minuscule part of the progress of matter and energy at the cosmic level. In other words, we are an occurrence of this fundamental cosmic current that drives the matter and energy to evolve.