Church bells conjured out of the sound of breathing. Odd evo/invocative lyrics. Hauntingly disturbing atmospheres, subconscious landscapes. About mid April 2003 Ovro sat down at her computer armed with a couple of basic wave editors, a cheap malfunctioning mic and her voice, and set out to show she couldn't make music. The result of this endeavour, her debut album Malice in Underland, was released by Some Place Else late 2003.
From these minimalistic beginnings – in experience, equipment, approach and soundscapes – has grown an interesting and able sound artist, exploring the ragged edges and murky undercurrents of reality. Ovro’s second studio album, late 2005’s dark ambient / cinematic soundscaping / aural pathworking piece Gegendurchgangenzeit, is a critically acclaimed work gaining praise and reports on causing weird, wonderful and scary mental imagery. Her third studio release appeared on the market in late 2006 and is a double EP on one CD, Mosaick the Serpent / Vipera Aurea. On this album, Ovro is again creating disturbing, distressing and at times downright scary atmospheres, spiced with her kind of humour and echoing her magico-religious view of the world. The album also features guest performances by Massimo (Black Sun Productions), Niko Skorpio and Mockingwyrd. In 2007 Ovro completed the material for a Drone Records 7",released in 2008.
Ovro's fourth album Revisited was released on Some Place Else the same year. Several years in the making, Ovro's fifth album Id|entities will be out in the summer of 2013. Furthermore, another album, "Ten", a collection of unreleased material from the last 10 years, will be given exclusively with preorders of Id|entity. Ovro also performs and records as Haeretici 7o74 with Niko Skorpio. Read more on Last.fm.
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