In Roman times the hearth was situated in the atrium which held the altar to the family gods, the Lares. It had, universally, a marble basin known as the Impluvium. This atrium, often surrounded by colonnades, had the ability to encircle and even dominate people with water element. In intense rainy days the space acted as a controlled water explosion, a visual and audible spectacle.
Composed of a group of experienced and skilful performers, the artists behind Impluvium have earned their reputation on previous projects with expressive bands and as solo artists. The band seeks a sound with body, depth and power as a controlled explosion, a contemporary Impluvium.