Sodom And Gomorrah (2013) was originally composed by multi-instrumentalist Albert Khalmurzaev as the soundtrack for a theatrical musical production of the same name at the Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan. Reinterpreting the Biblical tale of “Sodom and Gomorrah” as a conceptual foundation, it tells the story of our modern world, ravaged by global addictions and harmful vices that can only be remedied through a change from within the very heart of the human condition.
This concept is conveyed through the well-established passion and incendiary musicianship that has become the hallmark of Fromuz.
Fromuz originally performed this material live over the course of three years, starting in 2004, actively working with the theater, performing “Sodom and Gomorrah” not only on stage, but also at prestigious theater festivals in St. Petersburg, Russia, the International Chekhov Festival (Moscow, Russia) and more. The band recorded the soundtrack during this timeframe, but it wasn’t until 2012 that the decision was made to return to those tracks, editing, mixing, and mastering them for an official release.
“We are so excited to be able to bring this great piece of conceptual music to the public,” says 10T Records president, Steve Carroll. “The fact that it features the original lineup that introduced Fromuz to the world on their debut release, Audio Diplomacy (2007), just makes it all the sweeter.”
Sodom And Gomorrah (2013) is available for immediate shipping through the 10T Records website RIGHT HERE or through Amazon HERE. You can preview all the songs of the album before buy it HERE.
1. Intro - 3'13
2. Prologue- 3'24
3. City- 2'06
4. Lot - 4'54
5. The Capture - 3'32
6. Black Feast-I - 2'48
7. The Orgy - 4'18
8. Folly Of Mob - 6'45
9. The Blindness/Wife's Prayer - 5'07
10. Black Wedding - 4'07
11. Black Feast-II - 3'42
12. Procession Of Dead Stars - 2'53
13. The Escape - 2'11
14. To The Flames - 3'40