The thought that something went wrong with my life

Every day a man gets up in the morning, takes the car, goes to work, comes home in the evening and goes back to bed…
Every… Fucking… Day…

As the music and lyrics of Resurrecturis’ fourth album unfold, this tiny, insignificant non-story turns into an existentialist voyage through the grim realities of today’s office work and company life. A fate shared by millions of people worldwide. The album-title, “Nazienda”, a neologism that merges the words “nazism” and “azienda” (Italian for company, corporation), sets a tone that is tragic and ironic at the same time. Just listen to the song “10:30 Animals in the meeting room”: solid and fierce metallic extremism with crazy animal verses going cuckoo!!!

The songs run through the routine of a typical working day, each number even bearing an indication of the hour in the title: from the irritating buzz of the alarm early in the morning until the character slips into unconsciousness on the couch in front of the TV. In-between a flood of annoying phone calls, company meetings, work on the PC, solidarity among colleagues and introspective reflections.

“The perfect slave has the longest chain.
One that follows him everywhere.
24/7 I’ll pick up when you need me
or you can email me for I have a very smart phone.

(The number you have dialed)

“Nazienda” CD digipack
Mighty Music (Den)
Sept 2015
Produced by Alessandro Vagnoni
Front cover by Daniele Cudini
Total running time: 43.11

Enrico Tiberi –  vocals
Carlo Strappa – rhythmic guitar
Manuel Coccia – bass
Alessandro Vagnoni – drums
Stefano Tinti – guest guitar
Ferruccio Quercetti – guest guitar


Album Reviews

Nazienda is one incredibly varied album. Vocalist Enrico Tiberi’s talents are quite astounding on the album, ranging from harsh, grinding growls to beautiful, relaxing, Chris Cornell esque singing. The whole album ranges hugely from gentle, melodic tracks to aggressive powerful prog-death which sounds pretty much like an anxiety attack. In terms of references, Resurrecturis appear to have drawn influence from right across the alternative spectrum from well renowned heavyweights such as Tool and Gojira right through to anarchy kings Raging Speedhorn. (...)
Nazienda is an incredibly original and thought provoking album. Resurrecturis have clearly not just limited themselves to death metal with this release and it has paid off, as you’re guaranteed to not hear another album quite as dark and innovative as this. Nazienda is basically a wonderfully weird album that is perfect for anyone who has had a day at the office which results in having bouts of homicidal rage.
Eilish Foxen (Ave Noctum -