SanRenSei | Ceremony

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Ceremony

by SanRenSei

Claustrophobic caucophony, low-end rumbling and the torment of a dying civilisation. Dark, dark ambience that leaves you on the edge with only wonderment for support.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. A Brief History of Night and Day
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2. Asichs the Lesser
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3. It's a Hollow Halo
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4. Ceremony
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5. The Roof Leaks
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6. Groule in the Hive
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sean Carroll: guitar synthesizer
Brian Goodhue: hardware sequencer
Jeff Sampson: keyboard synthesizer; voice

"Jeff Sampson and Sean Carroll (Embracing the Glass) team up with Brian Goodhue (Collision Sect). The trio bring out of one another a nervous, askew darkness. Hiss and fuzz, washes of bleak, grey tones, low-end rumbling, off-center electronics, and sporadic noises paint abysmal, inescapable catacombs. The album conveys a great deal of despair-filled blackness, with other hues, sickly and infected, seeping through. Sampson's vocals on "It's a Hollow Halo" evoke the distant beaconing light of a dying angel, hopelessly unreachable."

-- Ryan Winns / From Dust


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Slacky B

Quiet Dark Ambience with Voices
This is a brooding, calming dark ambient work, with plenty of use of silence and gentle sounds. Plenty of whispered, altered voices; I haven't yet made out anything that's said. Subtly disturbing but also ideal for lowering stress level. Solid work.