Автор: Argentum | 13 февраля 2010 | Просмотров: 1307Mp3
Artist: Argentum Album: Inmanentizando el Escatón Genre: Dark Ambient/Power Electronics Origin: Argentina Quality info: mp3 192 kbps Size: 75 mb
1. Invokando (03:29) 2. Antes del Tiempo (05:19) 3. Tras Vortices Ignotos (07:56) 4. Nada Excepto (07:25) 5. La Iniciacion Dionisiaca (17:51) 6. Es Materia y Espiritu (04:37) 7. Redescubriendo la Existencia (05:27) 8. En Agua Corrosivas (03:40)
Дарк-эмбиентовый трип в глубины эзотерики. Ну или что-то в этом роде - мрачное, тягучее и затягивающее.
'Argentum is a band that has been nagging me for some time and still I haven’t decided if I understand how they craft the music they slice into your stereo or not. The fact remains that there is more than one band with the name Argentum, a fact that I was informed about when I was scavenging a friend of mines collection of rather odd death metal.
Anyway the Argentum behind the album Inmanentizando El Escatón is the Argentinean noise/ambient project and the layout in itself tried to fool me with its intriguing and weird symbol and its moody canvas landscape. I almost instinctively thought it would be a weird act of ritual ambient and majestic landscapes although I did know that the two Argentum I knew where neither the types into that kind of dreaming music. Inmanentizando El Escatón is an album based on a concept of esoteric and hermetic calls, and in one way it is kind of a mixture of noise, ambience and deep brooding atmospherics.
The realisation of what this proved to be was mixed up in my head until that day when I was travelling home in the rather gloomy seaside district in Stockholm and it just struck me. The album opens up quite chilling with Invokando and Antes Del Tiempo only to escalate further and further into some sort of ecstatic trancelike noise with En Aguas Corrosiva. It is not meant to be mentally dissected or understood, it is merely a travel one has to endure in order to get under its skin and when you do it opens up with a terrible vista of understanding.
The music is a way to experience the waves, to feel the primal urges butchered into oblivion and now slowly bleeding out of your speakers. If I try to understand what this music is all about it will just lurk in the corner of my eyes like a shadow I am unable to catch, but when I give in to the brooding and insane convulsions of sound it engulfs me and brings me to new and unhallowed ground.
Argentum is constantly trying to evolve the sound and with Inmanentizando El Escatón they have created a violent mutation of sounds that brings forth a flood of harmonized noises and ambient atmospheres. The strength and the weakness both entwines to create the bastardly offspring called Argentum. Although some of the tracks bring more feelings then other the whole album in itself breaths with a heavy mystical breath. If H.P. Lovecraft could put music to the entity called Nyarlathotep this album would be pretty damn close with it crawling chaotic form.
This album is a must for dark explorers of the noisier ambience and it is my feeling that this will be an interesting addition to most of my more unholy evenings in the woods of Scandinavia.'