Russian composer Ivan Itoklanoz and his band of Chaoticians present their interpretation of the unseen world after spending time exploring alternate dimensions under celestial influence using ancient techniques brought to the west by G.I. Gurdjieff, P.D. Ouspensky and H.P. Blavatsky. A journey beyond the limitations of gravity and the illusions of time, space and death are presented as various formulae which have been transposed down, within the audible range of human hearing and with the range of human emotion. The results are in. “Every Dog has it’s Death” is a message to the citizens of this planet, a message of the truth about the otherness and about being applied to the language of music, a language which every human can understand. And what better way to understand then to listen, and to BE? “Every Dog Has its Death” was inspired by Jeff Mills’ techno jazz releases under the title “Every Dog has its Day” as well as host of yesterday’s jazz masters including the likes of Art Blakey, and Sun Ra. Infusing yesterday’s Instrumentation, today’s contemporary sound, and tomorrow’s technology, “Every Dog Has its Death” would be best described as a twilight journey into techno-free-jazz that leaves one craving for more of “beyond infinity”.