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ARTIST
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Sentir Le Poids Des Montagnes Et Trouver La Paix Dans Les Tenebres
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CD

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BLUE 029CD BLUE 029CD
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RELEASE DATE
9/27/2019

Exploring hitherto unchartered abysses with its ultra-ultra-low-frequency 432Hz recording of six basses, six guitars and rumbling, tectonic kargyraa vocals: Abysmal Growls Of Despair maybe is what doom sounds like on Mars. The landscape of Mars is known as "chaos terrain" and nothing on Earth resembles it. It consists of irregular blocks, some that are tens of kilometers across and a hundred or more meters high patterned with craters that are hundreds of meters deep -- a terrain ravaged by geological wars between countless ice ages and planet-reshaping activity from Mars' three god-named volcanos -- Elysium Mons, Hecates Tholus and Albor Tholus, Consisting of one 66-minute and six-second track, Sentir Le Poids Des Montagnes Et Trouver La Paix Dans Les Ténèbres would make an excellent soundtrack to navigating these alien crevasses and subterranean glaciers, with the ethereal throat-singing of Hangsvart (Abysmal's one-man doom army) chasing around the ragged stalagmites and stalactites of Sunn 0)))-crushing guitar like Martian ghosts. Recommended for fans of Phurpa, Senyawa, Huun-Huur-Tu, or even Blue Tapes' own Jute Gyte.