Another legendary record from Bianchi's early experiments in desolate, dark electronics. This "supreme" effort is much more refined than the previous recordings and sublimates the genre with passion, creation and precision. The album features three long disturbing pieces, incredibly haunted and full of "spectral", glacial and introspective atmospheres. "The plain truth" is at the intersection between weird-noisy-sublimated terrors of "Symphony for a genocide" and more recent works dedicated to shimmering cinematic ambiences. The main title is a "claustrophobic", creepy and mysterious composition led by elaborate electronic textures, floating above weird fuzz collages. Absolutely original and intense dark epic soundscape.