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Nebula VII - Shining Of The Bleak Energy album download

Performer:

Nebula VII

Title:

Shining Of The Bleak Energy

Genre:

Electronic / Rock

MP3 album size:

1871 mb

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Rating:

4.1 ✱

Style:

Dark Ambient, Drone

Country:

Germany

Date of release:

2011

Nebula VII - Shining Of The Bleak Energy album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Awaking (Intro) 0:33
2 Stage 3. Paranoia 6:00
3 Nihil 5:34
4 Untitled (Geriht Cover)
Ambient – GerihtVoice, Drums – VII
3:29
5 Call Of A Black Hole 12:09

Notes

Pro CD-r. Limited To 20 Copies

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SNR 107 Nebula VII Shining Of The Bleak Energy ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd) Shit Noise Records SNR 107 Germany 2011
FUC 40 Nebula VII Shining Of The Bleak Energy ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, C77) Fusty Cunt FUC 40 US 2011



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Band Name Nebula VII. Album Name Shining of the Bleak Energy. Labels Kadaath Records Fusty Cunt. Music StyleDark Ambient. Members owning this album0. 4. Untitled (Geriht Cover). 5. Call of a Black Hole.

VII. Shining Of The Bleak Energy (Cass, Album, Ltd, C77). VII. Shining Of The (CDr, Promo).

from Nebula VII – Shining Of The Bleak Energy by Nebula VI. Digital Track. Streaming + Download boundaries. Misspelled releases experimental electronic music across the world wide web through mostly digital format and cd releases. All of our releases are protected by Creative Commons Attribution License. Music Styles we like: Ambient, Concrete, Drone, Experimental, Noise.

God (EP) 2016 This is my last work for today in the styles from Drone Ambient to HNW. Written before the album "Dawn of a New Era" in 2013. The track title is taken from the movie "the fourth kind". On the photo the first spacewalk, performed by Alexey Leonov from the Voskhod 2 spacecraft. Nebula VII is an experimental drone ambient band from Russia, the solo project of VII, who is also involved in other projects too, like Memories of the Past, D0. metalsoundscapes.

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That it is so much harder to objectively analyze ambient music is common knowledge. And so is the fact that ambient is not so much music but sound design. The concept of immediate technical skill stays outside the door, and impressions conjured depend so much more on a listener's state of mind at a given moment, compared to the more conventional musical forms. You can either allow a sound flow to arbitrarily lull you in, or you can willfully try to engage it in order to have it assume a more consummate shape, so that you may possibly derive a more concrete meaning, however subjective. That abstract component is a gist that is inherently present in ambient to a much greater degree than in other forms of music, including metal, although some of the latter's more extreme variants (and NOT only the obvious ambient and drone sub-fusions of black metal and doom) certainly cannot exist without it. But I digress, for NEBULA VII is a drone-ambient project that has as much direct connection to metal as NEPTUNE TOWERS' musical output. Granted, there is some linkage, which presents itself in the form of a cover track of an equally obscure ambient-black metal band GERIHT but does not sound very metal either. Since there are only five tracks on this EP, I might as well make a quick run through them. It's either that or me having to pen my once-again very subjective, general impressions. "Awaking" (sic) the intro is just a short, half a minute chunk of flexing, trebly and noisy drone, so no comments here. "Stage 3. Paranoia" is a somewhat interesting piece which the author(s) chose to endow with a drum part that falls somewhere in the middle between a straightforward rock beat and tribal percussion. Is it programmed or actually performed? It sounds like it was played by a living person, but because its source is unknown, it could have been easily sampled from elsewhere. It makes little difference, though, for this track's combination of dual-layered drone interflow (one is a more commonplace mid-range drone, while the other is of a roiling, undulating, higher frequency) and the above mentioned percussion create an impression of a feedback interlude a shoegaze/post-rock band might throw out during live performances. An interlude that never really turns into anything else because it is the whole "song". Luckily, the track is not entirely static and sets up small signposts of increased intensity and some rhythmic variation to mark some kind of turning points during its run. Next track "Nihil" chooses to dive right into the realm of atmospheric dark ambient, with its deep, cavernous sound wave married to an oscillating loop of a coarse, gargling noise tangle. Not too bad. The above mentioned, untitled GERIHT cover track adopts a similar approach as "Stage 3. Paranoia" a little while ago, via another primitive, abstract drum beat of a somewhat ritualistic nature. The main sound line it backs up is quite different, however. Considerably calmer than on previous pieces, it utilizes a pretty normal, slightly eerie, weather-oriented synth pad reminiscent of someone like VINTERRIKET. Nonetheless, short, periodic swirls of hollow, isolationist feedback and even a couple of bits of buried, blackened vocal cries (if my ears did not deceive me) do figure into the proceedings to add a few ounces of discomfort. Speaking of isolationism, the closer "Call of a Black Hole" is a twelve minute minimalist workout of slightly distorted, floating ambience, where the main drone movement underneath seems to remain pretty much unchanged, while the upper level of applied noise/distortion creates all the fluctuations necessary to eventually disappear in the aperture of a great cosmic beast. This EP is actually a CDR release (which is what this project seems to focus on by way of numerous singles and splits) of twenty (!) copies, so the garnered resonance will not exactly make major ripples in the drone-ambient community or anywhere else, needless to say. Plus, the general impression here is very much of a demo release. "Raw" is not really the word applicable to this type of music, but there is certainly a rough, home (bedroom, kitchen, basement) quality to this recording. Or perhaps we are dealing with a true representative of "garage-ambient" underground? The conceptual theme appears to deal with space, but I'd say that only two tracks - "Call of a Black Hole" and "Nihil" - really possess some sort of a cosmic feel (or what people generally might perceive as such). On the positive side, I would add that the material is considerably varied in its own way and not without its own charm or requisite atmospheric characteristics, yet does not necessarily break any new ground overall or puts forth an outstanding realization of the presented ideas, which is just as hard to pull off in this field, as it is in metal. All this leaves "Shining of the Bleak Energy" exactly where I found it: a remote corner slum of the industrial ghetto. Most likely that is the way it was desired to be in the first place.

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