Fourth chapter of a series that began with 2007’s “Whispers Of The Approaching Wastefulness” (Cyclic Law). A Conceptual soundtrack envisioning the evolution of a fictional story and of which will soon come a VR experience. After centuries of isolation the human race begins a journey in search of the causes that led to the end of its world, and for the first time it approaches the Structures, new life forms that have developed and evolved in the emptiness of “The Outside”. Through this cinematic landscape we find again the now well known and unique sonic approach to Dark Ambient by Stielh, one of Italy’s true master of the genre.
And as a very generous bonus, a second disc was completed containing older pieces featuring revised and remixed tracks by close friends and collaborators Sysselmann, Visions, Taphephobia, Phantom Ship, Vestigial, Apocryphos and TeHÔM. Released in collaboration with Old Europa Cafe.
Edition of 500 copies and 8 panel digipack with Matt Lamination. 15 Tracks on 2CD. CD1 Running Time 55:59, CD2 Running Time 60:31
Hard to say if it is as good as or better than Yog-Sothoth (probably the further).
A very good back to shape album when compared to the not so good Shub-Niggurath from last year.
Listening to this feels like following a stranger in the streets who walks into places you would not expect (or want to go).
One detail I highly appreciate in this recording is the background vinyl sound effect. Forto Reibus.
I often drive at night, and this album makes me feel like I'm on my way to the latest crime scene. Some psycho killer is on the loose, and I'm losing sleep over trying to catch him. I need this case solved! A fantastic album! Travis Wickline