Elnath Project – Live
Elnath Project recently performed Live inside an abandoned Tuff Mine in Italy. The gig looked amazing! I admit I had to look up what a Tuff Mine was: Also known as volcanic tuff, is a type of rock made of volcanic ash ejected from a vent during a volcanic eruption. Following ejection and deposition, the ash is compacted into a solid rock in a process called consolidation. Tuff is sometimes erroneously called “tufa”, particularly when used as construction material, but properly speaking, tufa is a limestone precipitated from groundwater. Tuff is a relatively soft rock, so it has been used for construction since ancient times. Since it is common in Italy, the Romans used it often for construction. Elnath Project seem happy with the gig – from the video, I would have loved to have been there. Here is the video:
There are still copies of Elnath Project’s debut on Focused Silence, “~” at the shop – just click HERE for ~. The album is a slow grower – the more you listen to it the more you find hidden layers. It is a very deep album and a good example of what I want the label to put out.
Thanks for listening, Andy.