The Synthetic Dream Foundation | Behind the Gates of Horn and Ivory

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Behind the Gates of Horn and Ivory

by The Synthetic Dream Foundation

A beautiful interweaving of harsh industrial sound design, pulsing psytrance rhythms, and full symphony. Orchestral industrial music from the future. This is the music you have been waiting your entire life for.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. They Who Breathe Darkness
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2. O' Dead Armoured Sky
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3. Eine Dunkle Sphärische Widerstand
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4. Eternity's Poisoned Drapes
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5. Among the Angels' Debri
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6. Eine Schöne Ruine
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7. Formless Beasts
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8. Hammers Out of the Unutterable Palace
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9. Construction of the Underworld
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Album Notes
The synthetic dream foundation coalesced as an experimental music band during the harsh, freezing seasons of late 2003. Though in that short time frame has gardened a pallete of sound which is comparable to the glittering of phosphorescent life on the bottom of a cold, blackened sea. From harsh, brooding, mechanical beats to dreamy, neo-classical mirages, and dark ambient masterworks which shift through and absorb cold, alien landscapes. TSDF is not limited by genre, but instead compelled by the infinite possibilities that electronic advancements bestow upon the musical and artistic forms.


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J in GA

can't quit listening to this one
this album is one of my most-played. I don't know exactly what to call it - aggro-trance? but it's good stuff.