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Label & Cat.Number: Zoharum ZOHAR 132-2
Release Year: 2016
Note: after the collab/split with 1000SCHOEN the Polish transcension ambience project is back with this work in five movements (Henosis = unity), this is multi-layered synth muzak carefully constructed for full waving efffect, at times reminding on old BAD SECTOR... "It comes across as a bunch of tormented church organs that over the course over several hundred years have been left outside in the acid rain and just recently have been dusted off to play some music again" [Frans de Waard]
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More Info"A bit more than two years after the two-disc split with 1000Schoen (ZOHAR 070-2), Ab Intra is back with a new album. After two previous successful ventures entitled “Aura Imaginalis” (ZOHAR 006-2) and “Supremus” (ZOHAR 026-2) the new release is a record of its research in the field of music.
“HENOSIS” (Greek for unity, unification) is a scene of a suggestive sonic travel; a travel uniting opposites at different symbolic levels. The sounds on the album are an attempt to reflect the transforming process expressed through color, intensity and frequency. In this sense, the album is a conceptual whole strongly interacting with the imagination of the audience.
The album released in a digipak is strictly limited to 300 copies." [label info]
"The second release from Zoharum is by Ab Intra, who is no stranger to this label, after releasing ‘Aura Imaginalis’ (not reviewed) and ‘Supremus’ (Vital Weekly 826), as well as a double split CD with 1000schoen (Vital Weekly 937). I have no idea who is behind Ab Intra, yet I do know that the title of his latest CD stems from the Greek for ‘unity’ or ‘unification’. He (assuming here actually) is someone who also loves his synthesizers, perhaps even of the modular variation like Schlienz, but his output is totally different. If Schlienz is good at playing the ‘minimal’ card, then Ab Intra plays for the maximum output. In the five pieces (all noted by triangle symbols) he feeds his modular synth work to each other and then through what sounds
like a long line of sound effects, and the endgame is what could be easily classified as power drone music. It comes across as a bunch of tormented church organs that over the course over several hundred years have been left outside in the acid rain and just recently have been dusted off to play some music again. There is some intense unity in these sounds, going from rock/drone like in the opening piece to arpeggio in the closing piece; variation through unification, if you get my drift." [FdW/Vital Weekly]
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