Corvx De Timor | Blue Eyes Turn Black

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Blue Eyes Turn Black

by Corvx De Timor

Compilation of several EPs worth of dark electronic music composed by electronic music producer, Ben Arp.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. One Year Later
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2. (A)wake
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3. Coma5
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4. Diamond Center
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5. Slow Burn
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6. Night Terror
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7. Hazen
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8. Shadow Waxen
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9. Opaque
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10. R153
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11. Ov3r
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12. Chasing Game
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13. Dead Really Is
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14. Past T3ns3
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15. Dull Hunger
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16. Day of the Dead
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After taking a year off to pursue other endeavors, music producer Ben Arp re-entered the dark electronic music game under the vague moniker C/∆/T. After self-releasing a pair of EPs and handful of singles and working with occult music label Phantasma Disques for a deleted limited edition release, Arp converted the project to it's permanent name, Corvx de Timor.

Corvx de Timor takes a small influence from Arp's past industrial music projects but also incorporates elements of the emerging dark underground of electronic music.

"Blue Eyes Turn Black" collects all of the songs released in 2012 under the name "C/∆/T" and presents them here to a wider audience for the first time.


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