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The Impossibility of Silence, here intended as sound, is seminal to transformation. We use to perform private rituals of (what is called) Sex Magick where, using sound as a channel, we rise from the 'below' of our physical immanence to the 'above', which is a realm of spiritual transcendence. Musick and psychotropic substances are a great vector...
CC is a very pure and authentic band. We do most things on our own, there is absolutely no record label control over us. The "do it yourself" ethos is something we truly embrace. We also try to keep merchandise prices very low, T shirts and Cds are sold at a reasonable fair price at gigs and at the moment we play some concerts with free entry.
I'm personally fascinated by the relationship between the internal and natural landscapes - the way in which we respond to nature. A couple of years ago my father and I drove up to the Scottish Highlands, and there was a point about 50 miles away from Fort Augustus that was so utterly incredible it has stayed with me even though I took no pictures, made no notes.
After years of studying various earthly and unearthly subjects I started noticing a thread of certain things that weren't being said. As I did more research I became acquainted with people that knew about these, rather hidden, subjects. From there I found myself on a path that was largely unfamiliar and quite frightening.
Yes, you are absolutely right. Usually we say that so, that beauty and strength are the most essential in our music. Maybe it’s not totally intentional, but we don’t want to play only tranquil, or only martial music, we like both, and we like alternating these elements, or sometimes mixing them.
There is a strong Industrial community, just not a big scene. Everywhere that I have traveled, I have met people, stayed in contact with them and hung out when they came to where I live or vice-a-versa. There are people who I know that if I am in town playing a show and need a place...
I am very sorry if this comes across as rude or insulting but the complete and utter sheep like mentality of the Human race. The (f)ucking apathy of this planet is almost too much for me to bear. Think for your goddamn self people. Everyone Dresses the same, Drinks lattes and goes to (f)ucking Hot topic. How is this different or underground at all?
We have never or never have used WWII themes minus one 3" released on Somnambulant Recordings did and he did all the artwork. All other As All Die themes are of Heathen or Germanic war themes of WW1 or early. I not sure if people don't research far enough or just want to lump us with the austrian or euro Neo folk crowds.