The return of one of the most amazing industrial acts :
The conception of of Czech ensemble SKROL arised from the visions of its spiritual father Vladimír Hirsch (composer, keyboards, drums, programming, vocal) in autumn 1995, when he
was joined by Martina Sanollová-Sweeney (vocal) and Tom Saivon (lyrics, noise structures).
Formation employing original principles of composition, with added depth of classical program influences. Their inspiration derives mainly from Slavic melodic and harmonic systems, Album
New Laws / New Orders was originally instrumental suite of Vladimír Hirsch, created in the beginning of 2000. Later, some of tracks from that composition were together with some
unreleased pieces from the period 1996-1999 reworked as fully conceptual title of the ensemble. SKROL majestic and uncompromising music is based on specific melodiousness and
orchestration of contemporary neoclassical music, situated in the arch of industrial ambient and brutalized by noises and modern technology sounds. This album represents some “swan
song” of the band, that definitely discontinues the activities by it. Probably, that is why musicians eclectically capitalise here all the forms used until now.