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Label & Cat.Number: Boring Machines BM 063
Release Year: 2015
Note: excellent split album by two Italian artists to discover, creating mysterious minimal ambience & drones... both are inspired by Asian & Siberian mythology & shamanism, ALTAJ sounds extremely subtle and secretful, full of strange sounds & drones, whereas ADAMENNON is more bleak and dark using guitars, but avoiding any typical clichees.. the cover has unrecognizable images & signs, this whole release breaths mystery!! lim. 300
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €15.00
More Info"Adamennon started in 2006, as a black ambient project, a tribute to the french scene of "Les Legions Noires". His sounds was a blend of black metal sonorities from the early nineties and the most obscure dark ambient, drone and industrial sounds.
In 2012 he self-released what can be considered his final evolution in sound from this period: MMXII.
The album is different from any previous and it's totally inspired by italian musicians like Goblin, Jacula or composers Fabio Frizzi and Walter Rizzati. The result is a mixture of darkness and shafts of light, analog melodies and synthetic dissonances following the same path towards the unknown which can only be imagined through the sounds which announce it.
In 2014 Adamennon collaborated with Alessandro Parisi for "Il Plenilunio del Fuoco" which marked a new interest in electronica and Kosmishe Music and it's broadening his collaboration with Alessandro Parisi for a new album now in the works.
On this split with Altaj, inspiration comes from Asian animism and stories from the nomad populations of Tibet and Mongolia. An imaginative attempt to describe what we feel from the notions we have from that area.
Altaj is an ambient/drone project of Francesco Vara, also guitarist for psych-stoner band Il Dio Cervo and folk/drone project Capretto.
Altaj uses field recordings, guitars and effects and follows a research in sounds from unidentified and sparse, liquid landscapes. Inspiration comes from Siberian shamanism, ecstatic voyages and divinities of the Asian highlands.
Turiya is released on 300 copies of black vinyl, with cover artwork by Adamennon." [label info]
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