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Z-Arc - Accumulative Effect

Kris Derry was definitely inspired by sci-fi novels. The album has futuristic, crystally transparent sound that fills the space around you, a soundtrack for dreaming about the other worlds in other galaxies, dwellings that inhabit far away planets, technoid, advanced new civilizations with highly developed science that are going to rise on the ruins of our world. This music reminds standing at the gates that are going to introduce the listener to the new, better world, it makes one’s mind produce a picturesque chain of images. Kris Derry managed to create a really atmospheric, ethereal, multi-textured, high quality album.

IDM

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Z.R. 19.84 - Frei

A very dramatic and painful, a militant march over sampled speeches and piano orchestration. Poetic with an old romantic aura

Neofolk / Martial

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Za Frumi - Legends Act 2 Vampires

Za Frumi Legends Act 2 – Vampires is the second installment in the Legends series by Za Frumi. The album is divided into two separate sections dealing with separate aspects of the Vampire genealogy. The first section of Legends Act 2 is dedicated to the telling of the tale of a male vampire named Jakesh. The second half of the album is dedicated to a far eastern female vampire named Rianji and her fabled cult.

Neoclassical / Symphonic / Fantasy

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Za Frūmi - Legends Act 3: Cults

The album ends with by far the longest track, which is on the worst cult in the land; The Blood Cult Of The Nosferatu. This is a truly dark cult, living underground, having pacts with the undead. 'They cut the throats of innocent children', the booklet says. The atmosphere of this track is simply frightening; a town is burning, children are crying, people are fighting. And the members of this cult are laughing, laughing at the pain of others. This is a cult of massacres, of pain, of liters and liters of blood.

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Za Frūmi - Legends Act 4: Orders

The music of the Orders in the world of Za Frūmi is different from that of the Cults, but it's certainly as enjoyable. Where the music of the Cults is more focused on rhythm, the music of the Orders is more melody-oriented. These two albums, while pretty close to one another, can not be easily compared. They are rather different, but again so close to eachother that you should not have the one without the other. It is truly a twin album, each born from slightly different ideas and angles.

Neoclassical / Ambient / Fantasy Music

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Za Frūmi - Shrak Ishi Za Migul

However, none of Atrium Carceri’s albums come close to the rich detail of Za Frūmi, with each song providing another chapter to advance their saga. Where the dialogue within songs is inadequate to drive the story forward, it is supplemented with additional liner notes. (Not that the dialogue explains much, as I don’t think there are too many out there who are conversant in Orcish! English translations, are of course, provided.)

Neoclassical / Symphonic / Fantasy

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Zac Keiller - Unrefined

‘Unrefined’ is the result of a series of late night jam sessions and recordings, created ‘in the moment’; the overall atmosphere is redolent of quiet and deserted lamp-lit streets at four in the morning, or sitting alone with eyes half-open in an all-night diner with only a cigarette, a cup of coffee and the night staff for company; a time when the rest of the world is asleep and wandering the limitless environs of dreamland; that quiet time when nature is anticipating with collective bated breath the dawning of the new day. The recordings are unpolished, the music unpremeditated and left ‘as is’, with some sharp edges that bring a certain warmth and immediacy to them. As Keiller has himself pointed out he “...has no recollection of playing and recording...” these pieces due to “... being half asleep...” Indeed there’s a certain dreamily soporific quality wrapping itself around the music, like a warm inviting blanket, and the listener is invited to share both the warmth and the blanket.

Drone Ambient

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Zac Keiller - Weeping Melancholy

In fact I would say that that word is almost too vulgar to be used in the context of this album; what emerges from the speakers is pure sound poetry, Keiller coaxing from the six-string electric the purest and most exhilarating of drone tones and harmonics, far removed from the mundane approach of a conventional guitarist. More than that, they seep into the very soul, and get absorbed into the body on a cellular level almost, such is the strength and depth of feeling that one gets from this. With music that gets this deep, it is inevitable that an artist is not just playing his chosen instrument

Experimental Guitar Drone

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Zack Kouns - Ol’ Man Hitler Gonna Get His Hands On You

The opening track, which is by far the longest, gives a rather paranoiac sensation, especially with the repeated phrase “Ol’ man Hitler gonna get his hands on you,” which almost caused me to look behind my back a couple of times. The second track, however, is a stonier, quieter piece with long ooh’s and aah’s, surrounded by fast loops of vocal noise, which sounds more like a drug-induced euphoria than the first track, which sounds like the thoughts of a teen having a bad trip. Overall, the image that comes to mind is that of a delusional patient in a psychiatric institute, struggling in a white cell to cope with the voices in his head.

Vocal / Noise

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Zahrim - Liber Compendium Diabolicum



Bombastic drums, fierce guitars and banshee like vocals.  It’s as punishing and tenacious as it is haunting and dramatic.

Black Metal

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