Explosions of fire. Thrumming, primal rhythm. Dancers swirling in whirls of diaphanous white. Machetes spinning and clashing. Ancient instruments and futuristic technologies. Mythic archetypes – skeletons, deer, wondrous female warriors – coming to life. Seduction. Danger.
And we’re only talking about the first minute or so after Kan’Nal takes the stage.
These performances surpass what people expect. You can’t exactly call them concerts; instead Kan’Nal has created its own ”Shamanic Rock” – personal ritual that stirs the...