Cio’ Che L’Anima Non Dice is the first album of Italian progressive and perhaps experimental rock band Furyu. In fact, the experimental parts come from the unusual musicians in the band, instead of a keyboard player Furyu has Damiano Storelli, who uses samples to create his sounds. On the other hand, they don’t really have a vocalist for the spoken or softly sung parts have been manipulated by the aforementioned I guess, into spherical parts that suit perfectly the diversity in music of this young talented band. After the band started in 2000, there were some line-up changes and the band developed toward an experimental kind of progressive metal.
The variation and intensity make it music that continues spinning in your head, even when the album is done. The music evolves to a heavy King Crimsonic part, together with an Iron Maiden mood, a bit of a Rush feeling and not forgetting Dream Theater too.