Vittore Baroni is an Italian journalist who was among the first to write about industrial music and the new experimental frontiers. He recorded some experiments on his own which appeared on different compilations, then towards the end of the 80s' he founded the odd experimental band Le Forbici Di Manitù. Founder member of LT. Murnau and the multidisciplinary project TRAX.
V-Zent:Vincent Gambino - vox, clarino tapes, plates metallofoni. Kiwy:Matteo Cucini keyboards, sampler, percussions. Aljaz:Francesco Cavaliere - vox, guitar, bass, tapes, discophono. Vril or Vri-il referes also to a non defined form of mystical energy often linked to Orgone energy as described by Wilheilm Reich. The bands intuitions have lead them to believe that life is but a long oniric experience modified by the will of the dreamer. Vri-ils live performance tends to create an hypnagogic environment in which one can lose touch with his conscious self and reach different states of creativity. This is achived through hypnotic rythms, tones repetition and frequency modulations. With the proper attention the listener can reach an estatic condition and hear the infinity of sounds within a single sound. This link them to ancient music traditions and to the modern ipnotic performances such as those of The Theatre of Eternal Music of La Monte Young, Steve Reich Vri-il has played various concerts all around Italy, two special concerts, wich actually were two 6 hours celebrations of spring equinox and summer soltice during 2004, were recorded and released on CD by MCL (Musica di un certo livello), an indipendent italian label. Their first album was completed in summer 2004 and released in early 2005 by MCL and Misty Circle, an historical experimental and industrial label based in Rome.