Project of the producer and composer Olivier Arson, the latest album by TERRITOIRE tells the story of a slave, Alix, from his birth as a submissive being, to the final meeting with the people who sold him. Produced with Oscar Mulero, it spits out 7 songs made of meat, heat and metal, which tighten and shake the limits between aggressive and sensory electronics, uncomfortable and industrial techno, the environments and the words, teleport your senses in an uncomfortable trip but surprisingly enjoyable where the feeling is always at the center. Written and produced by Olivier Arson with the audiovisual creator Tasio and with the collaboration of David Sergeant, David Herrington and Greg Gobel. Olivier Arson is also the author of the soundtracks for La Zona, Que Dios Nos Perdone o el Reino, among others, for the latter awarded with a Goya for best original music and is confirmed as one of the most important contemporary composers for film and television from the actuality.
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