The new album is called The Freak Inside and is equally a first work of Hungarian composer Thomas-Adam Habuda.
Why should I use this album as an entry? It is light fare, it is creative and most of all it is very varied.
In my countless collection of trailers and soundtracks I've never heard such a strange and at the same time completely coherent album. The only album comes close to matching this quality which approach is Thomas Bergersen with illusion.
The album is very lively and agile on me from a happy playful KuruKuruKuru to the absolute highlight Epic Footsteps from Hell and Lacrimosa is all represented, even the Indian influence in the Title Distant Light is here!
None of these 38 pieces is any white boring or acts like a filler, on the contrary, when I suddenly heard a thriller-like music, I had only thought I clicked the wrong CD, while it was the title Alone Together.
Some titles are even so varied that they act as two titles. I had the impression that the composer Habuda bubbled over with ideas, but he had probably set a limit of 38 titles. Especially you can see the pictures entitled Ecstasy of War hear the beginning quite classic begins and then mutated into an epic masterpiece with choirs - terrific!
The composer diversity and inventiveness can then again listen to the title Freak's Toy. Habuda tells us clearly here I let myself not pigeonhole !. The title is at all out of proportion to the other, and jumps out of the formally galore. In my opinion, this work The Freak Inside deserves a lot more attention, because it is decorated with a wealth of ideas and creativity. For my part I can now give a strong buy recommendation.
In many of the tracks the singer Mikolt Gyuricza is heard, which gives the whole a wonderful atmosphere. Flying and gracefully glides with your voice by the title Anima Doloris - Martyr, playing with octaves as if there were no limits in the mighty title Lacrimosa. A really impressive voice that reminded me of Lisa Gerrard. The second CD affects me but Pensive and sadder and gloomier.
In my opinion, a grandiose and creative first masterpiece, what needs to hide in any white in front of the vanguard of the trailer heaven. A great compliment to Thomas-Adam Habuda, who gave me some nice hours in a distant world.