Iconoclasta represents a big narrative circle inside of which two smaller sets divided by a breaking point.
It's about the birth of a boy who suffers a traumatic event and then is helped by a hero, who will be elevated as a divine figure but then will betray the boy in moment of need.
The hero will be destroyed by the boy, who then will face a journey full of darkness and then find redemption in his memories and finally be able to break out of the shell he was trapped in.
Iconoclast creates another point of reflection besides the main one, through the echoes of female voices and instrumental parts. A listening that leaves no room for words but for an internal reflection on ourselves, who we are, what our path is and how we deal with it, what mistakes we make and what we do to remedy them.
It is an album that speaks of abandonment (understood as being abandoned), loss of a person we love and loss in something in which we firmly believe.
"Raising" someone to a higher level than ours can be negative for ourselves, destroying the "divine figure" to become free from every dogma.