We feel throbbing bass one minute, the other surrounded by murmuring crowds. From within them the cough of pestilence echo through halls that never end. This is fresh twist on the dark ambient genre and drone music. It is hard to pin down this musical entity.. Early works were already strong and skillfully arranged, but each release showed a progression and maturation in sound, culminating in the brilliance that is Behind Blinding Light.
On a whole, Behind Blinding Light stands on its own as a recording of great depth and compositional expertise, and can be regarded as a benchmark recording of pure and true industrial music. Artwork remains essentially the same as the LP, configured to an 8 panel digipak.. Husere Grav - You Are Transparent Crucial Blast: Blaze The mysterious Husere Grav arose from the ashes of black metal duo Homunculus in , and over the past eight years has released some spectacular pieces of dread-filled industrial blackness.
These seven crushing, crepuscular dronescapes are littered with bursts of creepy metallic whirr, pipe organ and ghastly reverb that rise above a sea of churning, distorted low-end rumble. As the listener drifts further out across the abyss, the sound mutates, transforming into a vast, ethereal roar, hypnotic and speaker-rattling, before erupting into walls of incandescent, distorted synth.
This is true dream-music for the end times. Next to "Soundtrack for the Aquarium", it is the most ambient album in Hybryds discography. Tracks full of stillness are interrupted by samples from several iconic films. The later album "Voices without a Sound" perfectly goes with the first disc it contains recordings from , originally released under the name Na-Dha. The recordings on this one are the effect of improvisations recorded live which also can be heard perfectly.
Sandy Magthea Nijs shows here a slightly more ritual face of his music, a bit closer to the early recordings of Hybryds. Still, it is a pensive, moon music. Hybryds - Ritual of the Rave 2CD Zoharum: Zohar For the past several years Zoharum has been reissung the subsequent albums of the Belgian independent scene legend, Hybryds; so far five has been released. It has not lost its freshness in those years.
It is electronica with strong ambient and ethnic music influences locked in six long, slowly developing compositions. Here there are rhythmic elements directly taken from techno which announced further changes in the Belgian project's repertoire. This is also one of the expanded editions of their classic albums. The second disc shows what Hybryds was like at concerts during the period when the recordings were made live tracks compose the first five tracks recorded in In addition, we have three studio compositions here here.
The first one belongs to the collaborative Hydra project, whose only official recording appeared on the compilation "The Uncertain Future" on Antler. The Nile has played an important role in the history of Africa. The top half of Africa is mostly dry, hot desert. This region is home to wild animals such as lions, giraffes, elephants, hyenas, cheetahs, and wildebeests. Much of Africa is a high plateau surrounded by narrow strips of coastal lowlands.
Hilly uplands and mountains rise in some areas of the interior. Glaciers on Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania sit just kilometers from the tropical jungles below. The Great Rift Valley is a site of major tectonic activity, where the continent of Africa is splitting into two.
Geologists have already named the two parts of the African Plate. The entire continent of Africa sits on the African Plate. Asia Asia, the largest continent, stretches from the eastern Mediterranean Sea to the western Pacific Ocean. There are more than 40 countries in Asia. Some are among the most-populated countries in the world, including China, India, and Indonesia.
The continent of Asia includes many islands, some of them countries. The plateaus in Central Asia are largely unsuitable for farming and are thinly populated. Asia is the most mountainous of all the continents. More than 50 of the highest peaks in the world are in Asia. Mount Everest, which reaches more than 8, meters 29, feet high in the Himalaya range, is the highest point on Earth. These mountains have become major destination spots for adventurous travelers.
Plate tectonics continuously push the mountains higher. As the landmass of India pushes northward into the landmass of Eurasia, parts of the Himalayas rise at a rate of about 2. The land there lies more than meters 1, feet below sea level. Although the Eurasian Plate carries most of Asia, it is not the only one supporting major parts of the large continent.
The Australian Plate carries some islands in Indonesia. Australia In addition to being the smallest continent, Australia is the flattest and the second-driest, after Antarctica. The continent is sometimes called Oceania , to include the thousands of tiny islands of the Central Pacific and South Pacific, most notably Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia including the U.
However, the continent of Australia itself includes only the nation of Australia, the eastern portion of the island of New Guinea the nation of Papua New Guinea and the island nation of New Zealand. Australia covers just less than 8. Its population is about 31 million. Rainfall is light on the plateau, and not many people have settled there. The Great Dividing Range, a long mountain range, rises near the east coast and extends from the northern part of the territory of Queensland through the territories of New South Wales and Victoria.
This area is so dry, hot, and barren that few people live there. In addition to the hot plateaus and deserts in mainland Australia, the continent also features lush equatorial rainforests on the island of New Guinea, tropical beaches, and high mountain peaks and glaciers in New Zealand. For hundreds of millenia, though, nobody knew that Greater Adria had ever even existed. But that all seemingly changed in the late s, when the Utrecht University began to analyze the erratic geology of the Mediterranean.
And slowly, they say, a fascinating story began to emerge. According to their research, then, the lost continent of Greater Adria disappeared some to million years ago. And today, only traces of the great landmass can arguably be seen. Yet now the team has published a paper that makes some astonishing claims. So, have the ruins of an eighth continent been hiding beneath our feet all along?
Initially, the researchers were drawn to the Mediterranean region because of its unique geological terrain. But when they took a closer look, the team seemingly discovered more than any of them had bargained for. Yet in the Mediterranean, things are different. Everything is curved, broken and stacked. This makes conducting research in the region no easy matter.
Previously, in fact, some researchers had already suspected that the chaotic landscape of the Mediterranean might be concealing the remains of a lost continent. It was even believed that the relics were scattered across as many as 30 different countries.
But in each country, researchers had their own way of doing things. Geologists call this continual breaking apart and coming together of the continents the supercontinent cycle. And that cycle is likely still going. The continents are still on the move, drifting apart at the rate of about an inch each year, typically spreading in mid-ocean.
Barcelona - 26 September Limited to hand-numbered copies in Amaray CD safe case with insert. Eliot Track 10 is not credited on the sleeve, but it's most likely "Miniatura Pt. Recorded between May and June in Zielona Gora. Elliot's poetry "The waste land".
This release combine the darkest side of what we can call traditional symphonic industrial style With the addtion of some folkish and liturgical elements from eastern part of Europe, this release presents a very serious and impressive opus in a nihilistic way Welcome, Guest. Limited to hand-numbered copies. The catalogue number for this release is for some reason identical to that of Bad Sector - Unification Ver. It is not visible, and playable, for all CD players.
Limited to copies.Old Europa Cafe is a free thinkers society, No Politics, No Religions, No Standards, amen. frater Rudolf von Old Europa, industrial power-electronics dark-ambient martial noise neo-folk.